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Posts in category SelekTOR News

SelekTOR 3.13-33 For Linux Released

This is an essential bugfix release, as it fixes a SelekTOR hang at startup that would affect new users or folks installing SelekTOR after a clean install. This also restores system tray functionality for the Cinnamon 2.6 desktop, if you are still running Cinnamon 2.4 then go into preferences and disable tray icon manually. Changelog: […]

SelekTOR on Cinnamon News Update

Hi Folks This is just to let you know that System tray support for Cinnamon desktop will be restored in the next SelekTOR release as I have just upgraded to Cinnamon 2.6 and the minimise and restore issues caused whenever  the Java native trayicon was loaded into the system tray have been fixed and it […]

SelekTOR 3.13-32 For Linux and 3.13p ...

Hi Folks Just some minor fixes, see changelog. Linux Changelog: * Disabled tray functionality on Gnome3, since Java traycion support on that desktop is incomplete. – Some fixes to ensure proper closure of information dialogs. – Some fixes for multiple instance detection. Windows Changelog: * Fixed some issues with DRM and incomplete shutdown at end […]

SelekTOR 3.13-31 For Linux and 3.13o ...

Hi Folks New release for Linux and Windows, some minor UI changes and some bug fixes/workarounds. On the Windows release the installer now checks to see if you have Java installed so if you should have any problems installing using the new installer let me know via the forums thanks. Regards Alistair Neil Changelog: * […]

SelekTOR News (Bug Workaround)

Their is currently an issue with SelekTOR and the latest Cinnamon desktop in that their is a focus stealing issue related to the Java system tray icon which is causing no amount of window minimise/restore mayhem. So to use SelekTOR on the Cinnamon desktop in SelekTOR preferences please disable the tray icon and everything should […]

SelekTOR For Linux News Update

Currently working on a new release of SelekTOR for Linux mostly minor bugfixes related to system tray functionality and an additional preference to improve compatibility with modern linux desktop launchers such as unity, dockbarx, cairo-dock etc but still allow configuration suitable for the more traditional dock/launcher/tray combo. Hope to have it ready sometime next week […]


Dazzle Ships in this case refers to the album released by the best band to come out of the Wirral/Liverpool, I of course refer to OMD, and not the Beatles.


Dazzle also refers to a style of camouflage used on naval vessels during WWI & II. Please note this site nor myself have any affiliation with OMD other than being one of their fan boys. This website is the direct result of Alistair Neil's warbling when he isn't being a full time dad to the cutest toddler on the planet.