I know there is a file for editing autostart applications, and I know that local application desktop files are in
When I open the GUI autostart apps/services editor, I can see that most of the files that live in the aforementioned folder appear here. But I cannot edit anything there, except for enable/disable them.
As you can see in the following screenshot, my CopyQ application has a comment that relates to a Conky session. I am wondering what is going on, and if this issue is causing that the CoopyQ icon do not appear in systray in tint2
Any ideas will be very much appreciated!
You can go to
~/.config/autostart/ and look and edit files.
I installed CopyQ and see the same, looks like there is a bug in Mabox XDG Autostart editor. (wrong comment).
I will fix it ASAP.
Despite wrong comment shown in Autostart editor CopyQ works OK for me, autostarting with icon on systemtray.
@lobaluna thanks for reporting
Fixed with new mabox-tools package.
Now that I updated, the CopyQ icon appeared in systray.
Can you share which widget/openbox windows theme are you using? I am trying to use one with title color NOT black, and not dark windows. I hardly distinguish the active window if all of them are black (bad old eyes).
The one on screenshot is new and I call it MBcolors. It comes from new tool called Colorizer which is in early version and I did not announced it publicly yet. Anyway you can try it out:
With Colorizer you can easily colorize:
- Conkies (new set)