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When I exit gSharkDown the app continues working on the background but I can't go back to the app (there's no tray icon, launcher won't open, terminal won't open it either)

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  1. Vladimir Kolev repo owner

    Can you start the application from the terminal and post the output here? Is the application playing/downloading when you quit?

  2. Former user Account Deleted

    When I start the application from terminal: on the first start the output is just "playlist not found" and the app works properly. If I kill the process and try again the output is the same and the app works. BUT when I start the app from the launcher, quit (yes, the application keeps playing/downloading) and then try to restart the app on the terminal, the output is

    "Usage: gsharkdown.py [OPTION]

    Options: -i, --info Prints information about the current song -c, --current Prints the current playing song -s, --state Prints the current state of the player -v, --version Prints the current gSharkDown version"

    No option command works - it just returns "Usage: gsharkdown.py"

  3. Former user Account Deleted

    Using version 0.5 from ppa:ferramroberto/gsharkdown and I have the same issue. Python-appindicator is installed, but I have no tray icon. If I close the window, gSharkdown is still running, and there is no way to bring it back. I have to open gnome-system-monitor and kill it. Using Ubuntu 11.10 64bit. It was working okay with version 0.4.

  4. Vladimir Kolev repo owner

    That should be a problem with the icon. The Indicator must be there, but you can't see it because the icon isn't there. This is fixed now in commit: 17019201fc03

  5. Former user Account Deleted

    Vladimir thanks so much for adressing this problem. I'm now using version 0.5.9 (with Ubuntu 11.10 64bits) and I now can see the icon after minimizing. The functions associated with the icon are last/stop/next, about, update, preferences and quit. These work fine. But I'm still unable to get the window active again (that's to say I can't see the window again once I minimize it) - I guess double clicking the icon should do the trick, but it just offers one of the mentioned options. So, in summary, the application continues to run on the background and I can use the icon-associated functions but I can't get back to the main window once I minimize it.

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