GNOME 3.26 removes the legacy tray area still used by some desktops apps. We ask whether this decision is really as big of a deal as it sounds.
This post, GNOME 3.26 Removes the Legacy System Tray — But Will You Miss It?, was written by Joey Sneddon and first appeared on OMG! Ubuntu!.
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Original article title: GNOME 3.26 Removes the Legacy System Tray — But Will You Miss It?.
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