I'll have to look into that, works fine on my main machine (Arch/Plasma) and I haven't changed the code at all. What's your distro again?
Nevermind, restarting qomui-gui fixed it, context menu is back. Nothing to worry about I guess.
I'm also using Arch with KDE Plasma.
I struggled a lot with this - only having the tray icon was my main goal at first. Then I realized that on DEs without system tray such as Gnome this would obviously cause issues and on others (e.g. Ubuntu) it would just not work reliably. I know this is not an optimal solution, but changing it would break Qomui on some DEs. Since it's very time-consuming to test Qomui on all common DEs, I decided to stick to this for the moment. Currently, I have run tests on Arch/Plasma, Antergos/Gnome (will change to Fedora/Gnome), Mint/Cinnamon, Ubuntu/Gnome and Manjaro/XFCE (all clean up-to-date installations except Arch which is my main OS).
I understand. Optimizing a Linux application so that it works properly on every distribution/desktop environment combo must be such an headache for developers.
Having both task manager and system tray entries is an insignificant detail in my opinion. A simple click on the system tray icon, done. Better have GNOME users being able to use Qomui.