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Run xprop _NET_WM_PID or xdotool selectwindow getwindowpid from a terminal then click on a window to see the process ID of the process that owns that window. (This works often but not always, see What process created this X11 window? for caveats.) One you have the process ID (e.g. 1234), ps -p 1234 -o args or ls -l /proc/1234/exe tells you what command the ...


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There's a bug here for that issue. Options are to: Log out and back in again. Press Alt+F2 then press r then Enter to restart Cinnamon.


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Late answer, but I hope it could still be useful. Most probably that happens because no theme's thumbnail is provided for cinnamon. See /usr/share/cinnamon/thumbnails/gtk-3.0/README: HOW TO MAKE A GTK THEME THUMBNAIL? ---------------------------------- - Install ImageMagick ("apt install imagemagick") - Open a terminal and run "cinnamon-preview-gtk-theme ...


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I had the same problem, and I found the fix here: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!searchin/linux.debian.bugs.dist/823843/linux.debian.bugs.dist/HWGqZr43lQU/NBMDkaKxBAAJ I'm under Debian x86_64 Stretch with Cinnamon


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It was found that "System tray" applet was disabled in my system. Fixed in this way: enter app menu type "Applets" and press "Enter" button on "Installed Applets" tab search for "System tray" applet select it and press "Add to panel" button some running applications might need to be restarted in order to appear in the tray



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