So I was trying to get RSIBreak working on my machine today, and for some reason it simply wasn’t displaying an icon in the Plasma system tray as it was meant to.
It took some searching around, but eventually I came across a comment on a KDE bug report that had the answer.
I opened up
~/.kde/config/plasma-desktop-appletsrc, searched for “
systemtray“, and lo and behold, there were two
Containments, both using the
systemtray plugin. It seems that at some point during the history of my KDE installation, I ended up with two system trays, just with one that wasn’t visible.
kquitapp plasma to kill the desktop, I removed the first
systemtray entry (I made an educated guess and decided that the first one was probably the one I didn’t want any more), saved the file and restarted Plasma.
Suddenly, not only did RSIBreak appear in my system tray, but so did a couple of other applications which I forgot I had installed. This also fixed the problem I was having with all KDE notifications appearing on screen twice, which was really rather annoying and I’m not sure how I coped with it for so long…