window manager GNUstep doesn't work when I set it

window manager GNUstep doesn't work when I set it

Post by Nicola » Sun, 03 Oct 1999 04:00:00



window manager GNUstep doesn't work when I set it, a notice window
inform me that there is bug, in fact I don't want to use the default
window manager how I can resolve it,
I WANT to USE nextstep window manager look and feel.

thank's in advance for your help

Nico ;-)

 
 
 

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frank ;-)

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