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notifyIcon not disappearing after closing the program

Posted on 2007-11-16
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Hi,

I have notifyIcon icon control and it's working fine but not it's not disappearing when I close the the program.

How can this be fixed?

Thanks.
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Question by:EEssam
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by:Dabas
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Hello EEssam,

Are you sure your program is actually closing? (For example, have you checked in task manager -> Processes that its process actually has closed?

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Dabas
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by:EEssam
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Yes, I'm using Application.Exit() and as soon as I move the mouse over the icon it disappears.
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Jaime Olivares earned 500 total points
ID: 20302376
you need to dispose the NotifyIcon when terminating your application:

inside your Program class, do this:
           
static class Program

{

        [STAThread]

        static void Main()

        {      

                Application.ApplicationExit +=new EventHandler(Application_ApplicationExit);

                 // other tasks

        }
 

        static void Application_ApplicationExit(object sender, EventArgs e)

        {

            yourNotifyIcon.Dispose();

        }

}

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by:EEssam
ID: 20302390
I got this error:

Error      1      The name 'notifyIcon' does not exist in the current context      D:\xxx\xxx\xxx\Program.cs      25      13      xxx
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by:Jaime Olivares
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That's depend on where is located your notifyIcon. How and where did you create it?
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by:EEssam
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I have a normal C# 2.0 Application. The Program.cs is created and a default form. My notifyIcon is located in my default form created in:
Application.Run(new FormFirst());

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by:Jaime Olivares
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better you put the notify icon in the program class.
But if you don't want, you can create a form's Closing event handle and dispose there.
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