Re: pager

Ewan Dunbar (northsky@ix.netcom.com)
Mon, 3 Aug 1998 17:03:41 -0400 (EDT)



I always seem to miss the point.
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On Mon, 3 Aug 1998, J. Neil Doane wrote:

> You seem to miss the point of my message.  I _have_ the pager in the
> wharf...what I want is that it not display the word "Pager" (or any other
> word for that matter.)
> 
> Neil
> 
> On Mon, 3 Aug 1998, Ewan Dunbar wrote:
> 
> > 
> > On Mon, 3 Aug 1998, J. Neil Doane wrote:
> > 
> > > 
> > > This has probably been answered before, but if so I've forgotten or
> > > misplaced the message.  Is there any way to get the pager not to display
> > > the titlebar with he word "Pager" in it? I'm using version 1.4.0 and have
> > > tried commenting out all the relevant "*Pager" lines in the ~/G/L/A/pager
> > > file, but to no avail...it just defaults to a default phrase, "Desk 0".
> > > I mean, I _know_ it's the pager, I really don't need it to remind me what
> > > it's called.  Granted, if you had several pagers for several desktops, it
> > > would be useful, but on my system I really don't need all those pagers
> > > and have just moved a single pagers into the wharf (a la Afterstep 1.0.)  
> > 
> > I have had  no problem putting a pager in the wharf in 1.4.0. In 1.5prex,
> > I believe you can even put the complete pager into the wharf. Think maybe
> > even earlier. ModuleFullSwallow? Anyway, in 1.4.0, you just have to use
> > SwallowModule. No, I don't see any use for all those desktops. Not for me
> > anyway. I think I have pager in one of my wharves right now, but I can't
> > remember, I'm not running X right now.
> > BTW, yes all that matters is which distribution you're used to. That's
> > kind of what I was trying to say.
> > 
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> > Of course... 5 years from now everyone will be running free GNU on their
> > 200 MIPS, 64M SPARCstation-5.
> >                 --Andrew Tannenbaum, Jan. 30 1992 in comp.os.minix
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