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pyqt, windows xp and systray applications.. possible?

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hi,

I've been searching long, and found some information, but still not
enough for me to actually make it happen. so, I ask here.

is it possible, in windows, to make PyQT application hide itself into
systray area?

I read,that you might have to use winEventFilter(), and do some magic
with WM_ messages. well, I don't know enough windows API.. so if anyone
here have done this, could you please help me out and show a little
example how it's done..

thanks in advance.

..b

Jul 19 '05 #1
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On 2005-06-28, ba*************@gmail.com <ba*************@gmail.com> wrote:
hi,

I've been searching long, and found some information, but still not
enough for me to actually make it happen. so, I ask here.

is it possible, in windows, to make PyQT application hide itself into
systray area?

I read,that you might have to use winEventFilter(), and do some magic
with WM_ messages. well, I don't know enough windows API.. so if anyone
here have done this, could you please help me out and show a little
example how it's done..

I recommend joining the pyqt mailing list:
http://mats.imk.fraunhofer.de/mailman/listinfo/pykde
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