mp at jugs.org
Sat Aug 1 07:41:04 UTC 2020
My mistake. Sorry. I read the question a bit too fast :-).
Anyway, here is an example of how to use the AWT system tray
from within JavaFX. Maybe it helps:
I just verified that this still works with Java 11+.
Otherwise I fully support the idea of getting this shortcoming fixed in
Am 01.08.20 um 01:45 schrieb Scott Palmer:
> I should also point out that this shortcoming was identified nearly 9 years ago.
> I would love to make some progress on this, but I think doing it right is a bigger job than “outsiders” can tackle. Ideally most of the desktop APIs should be supported by JavaFX without AWT/Swing. I think that requires some careful thought. Some of the code should be independent of the UI toolkit and it could be shared between the AWT and JavaFX implementations. In a modular JRE we shouldn’t need the Swing modules to have a system tray icon in a JavaFX app.
>> On Jul 31, 2020, at 7:34 PM, Scott Palmer <swpalmer at gmail.com> wrote:
>> No you can’t. System tray support is something else, not an application icon in the start bar or doc.
>>> On Jul 31, 2020, at 6:02 PM, Michael Paus <mp at jugs.org> wrote:
>>> You can add such an icon to your JavaFX app if you bundle it with the jpackage tool distributed with JDK 14+
>>>>> Am 31.07.20 um 23:07 schrieb Davide Perini:
>>>> Hi all guys,
>>>> love JavaFX, it's so productive, so easy to use, can't understand why the world don't use it "for some tasks".
>>>> I know that tray icon can be easily done with AWT but is there something for JavaFX?
>>>> Is it possible to create a tray icon with JavaFX?
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