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Old 27th June 2011, 01:59 PM
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Repeating Icons In Gnome 3's Notification Area

Hi, following advice provided in another thread (the one about a recent update of gnome-shell disrupting it for those of us using nvidia drivers), I upgraded gnome-shell with testing version 3.0.2-4.fc15 on my 64 bit main machine. The upgrade fixed that issue, but now I'm getting the same icon for every application showing up in the notification area. The icon used is the one for the first application started. For example, if Dropbox is the first launched, Mail-Notification, Radio Tray, Yumex, etc. all display the Dropbox icon. If I remove Dropbox, then the other applications icons turn into blank squares. I expect this to be fixed with incoming updates but found it curious nevertheless. Any ideas or suggestions? Thanks.

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