option "--disable-systray" is auto-included in startup applications

Asked by Bob Merhebi on 2012-10-25

I added shutter to 12.04's startup applications as: "shutter --min_at_startup" but I always find that it is set as "shutter --min_at_startup --disable_systray".

So everytime I start my system & happen to want to use shutter, I can't call the running instance (don't know if there's a way) & can't start a new session.

Moreover, deselecting shutter from the startup applications doe snothing; I, again, find it selected.

I guess its somehow related to teh systray settings; I ran the command on this page <https://help.ubuntu.com/community/ShowHiddenStartupApplications> before; is it related?

Help is appreciated.

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Mario Kemper (Romario)
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2012-10-29
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2012-10-28

If you want to configure the startup options manually, then disable the related option in Shutter's preferences window:
http://minus.com/lbqWiW3GxGFGws

Bob Merhebi (bobmerhebi) said : #2

Thanks :)

Bob Merhebi (bobmerhebi) said : #3

Thanks Mario Kemper (Romario), that solved my question.