#7 Hide Systray Icon

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nobody
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2012-12-23
2008-07-29
Dan Cunningham
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Hi there,

Would it be possible to add a command-line option to start Snarl with no Systray icon? I'm thinking:

Snarl.Exe /NoSysTray

Additionally:

Stop.Exe /Silent

Which would stop Snarl without displaying the MsgBox.

This would be especially handy for deploying and using Snarl for Alerting in College / Corporate environments where you'd like to notify users of things without letting them right-click the Systray icon and close it.

This is a wonderful app. I've been praying for something like this on Windows ever since I started using Growl.

Cheers, Dan

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