I just installed Dropbox client on my new Ubuntu (linux) installation with Gnome 3.16, and noticed that Dropbox has it's own panel and icon in the bottom left corner of the screen. It overlays all other applications, and I would very much prefer to disable/remove it.
I checked in preferences, but found no way to disable it. Is there any way to remove it without stopping the daemon? If not, is there an alternative version I can install which does not have this panel/badge/icon?
Update 3: This is still an issue, and I have now isolated it to only happen in the Gnome DE. If I use Unity, the Dropbox icon only appears in the top panel/bar. I would like that to happen in Gnome also, like it does in Fedora with Gnome.
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