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Jimmyhosen

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  1. I still want the systray *app* to be disabled and am thankful to be able to disable it. Thank you, Eii, for the info. When the time comes to uninstall, I can simply delete the empty pseudo-file that I created and return the filename of the original file to its original name.
  2. That is exactly why toggle control should be allowed in Options. I am okay with it being on by default, but I want to turn it off.
  3. Eii, thank you! That worked great. EdH, auto-sync still works. The main problem here is not the "icon", but the extra "app" to which the icon belongs. Sorry if I was not clear on this. Systray icons typically belong to a separate app/process from the app's main process. Therefore, merely hiding the icon does not achieve the goal. In order to allow revert back to original operation in case of causing app errors... Instead of deleting "EvernoteTray.exe", I renamed it to "EvernoteTray_DISABLED.exe", then created the text file and renamed it as Eii had suggested. Seems to be working perfectly so far. The fact that the tray app/icon cannot be disabled seems to cause it to behave as pure "bloatware" in my case - which I hate. I cannot think of a single use case for myself where Evernote is not "visible" - at least not for more than 30 seconds if I happen to go to a different app's window.
  4. That is unacceptable. There should be an option to disable it. I always have all icons showing.
  5. I do not want a system tray app/icon; it seems to be bloatware and clutters up my system tray. I did not see how to disable this in the Options. Please add an-easy-to-find checkbox in Options to disable the system tray app/process/icon thing.
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