windows taskbar

Shane Martinez shanemar at
Tue May 6 08:34:38 EDT 2008

I could do that, but I prefer to keep it open.  I like the ability to glance
at it quickly to see who's online.  Some people are overseas and hard to
catch.  I guess that would be another option that would be nice is a "last
seen" date which tells you when the person last logged in.  Something I
remember from the Trillian days (although I won't go back).

On Tue, May 6, 2008 at 2:17 AM, David Balazic <
David.Balazic at> wrote:

>  If you close the buddy list window, then only the systray icon stays, the
> taskbar button goes away.
> This is how I run it.
> Regards,
> David
>  ------------------------------
> *From:* support-bounces at [mailto:support-bounces at] *On
> Behalf Of *Shane Martinez
> *Sent:* Tuesday, May 06, 2008 5:36 AM
> *To:* support at
> *Subject:* windows taskbar
> There's an option to turn the System Tray icon on and off, but is there an
> option (or plugin) that allows the removal of the taskbar instance and just
> allow the System Tray?  I pretty much have Pidgin running all the time,
> whether I'm logged in or not, so it's a waste of space on my taskbar.  If I
> could just have the icon in my System Tray, that would be great.  Of course,
> windows taskbar instances for chats and such are fine.  I would just prefer
> to hide the Buddy List in the System Tray.  Anyway of doing that?
> Shane
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