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On the desktop display how do I add or delete the icons on the lower right bottom of the display?
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by:bbousquet
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You can't 'add' icons to the system tray. This needs to be done programmatically (assuming you have the application's source code).

However, I think I have previously seen an application that does something like that - that is, adding a bunch of icons to the system tray, representing the currently running applications.

I don't see why someone would want to do that though.
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Go to: http://www.annoyances.org/cgi-bin/ce-showtopic/004_025 and download the file "Tray".
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by:Allene
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My question was not practical.
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by:bbousquet
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Definitely.
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