On Monday 19 January 2015, Curt Howland wrote: > ... the Network Manager icon in the system tray > is not full sized, it's maybe 4 pixels square. > > http://priss.com/20150119_Net_Manager.png > I've seen this too, it comes and goes. Sometimes NM's icon is OK, sometimes it's the box placeholder. Right now, it's showing me the two computer LAN icon. NM always works underneath the broken icon, so the issue has not bothered me much. I'm also running my kicker at 32 pixel height. I've also had problems with some other systray stuff. XFCE4's power manager, for example, takes up three or four icons worth of space. Pigeon is one of the few non KDE applications that works perfectly. KDE 4 Kopete has never properly animated the icon. There seems to be some new Dbus based messaging system that people are moving to at the cost of normal systray behavior. On Monday 19 January 2015, Dan Youngquist wrote: > That's actually Gnome's Network Manager icon, which XFCE uses. For TDE R14 > you have to install network-manager-tde, then edit the file > /etc/xdg/autostart/nm-applet.desktop so it doesn't show up in TDE. Change > the line that says: > > NotShowIn=KDE; > to: NotShowIn=KDE;TDE; I intentionally start nm-applet because it has worked well for me. I look forward to trying the Trinity version of Network Manager.