Just switched to GNOME+enlightenment from WindowMaker, but really want
to use the good old dock apps (wmmon, wmppp, wmtime, etc.) Anyone knows
how to automatically start these dock apps at a *fixed* position on
The newest versions of Enlightenment (0.15.x) have a dock...Quote:> Just switched to GNOME+enlightenment from WindowMaker, but really want
> to use the good old dock apps (wmmon, wmppp, wmtime, etc.) Anyone knows
> how to automatically start these dock apps at a *fixed* position on
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The only way I figured out how to do this was to change the
file /usr/share/enlightenment/config/control.cfg, and then remove
~/.enlightenment completely and start over (I think I had autosave on,
but I couldn't figure out how to turn it off...). Since I'm the only
user on my system who uses dock apps, it's no big deal...
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I am using RH 6.0 with Enlightenment 15.5 and Gnome (x86 platform). I
would like to use some WindowMaker and AfterStep dock apps. I have
downloaded, compiled and installed wmnet-1.05,a network interface
monitoring app. The program works fine, except that I get the "regular"
window frame around the app. I would like to be able to run it without the
window frames, so it looks like a normal dock app.
According to the readme in wmnet it should work with other window
managers. I have seen screenshots of Enlightenment with many kinds of dock
apps. What's the trick?
Also, what config file do I edit so applications (specifically dock-apps)
start when I start Enlightenment/Gnome?
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