Re: 1.5 pre 7 [Correction]

David Mihm (davemann@ionet.net)
Sun, 16 Aug 1998 00:34:26 -0500 (CDT)


On Sun, 16 Aug 1998, Stephen Davies wrote:
! > On Sat, 15 Aug 1998, David Mihm wrote:
! > ! On Sat, 15 Aug 1998, Stephen Davies wrote:
! > ! Also, I defined my pager (using a config script response) to have
! > ! ony three desktops. The result is three "normal" desktops plus one
! > ! with no title and no 
! > ! colour. How can I make this "blank" desktop go away?
! >
! >	One other thought, is the autoexec file have a (correct)" Pager 0
! > 2" or an (incorrect) "Pager 0 3"?  Check your menu Entry for Pager as
! > well, and correct it if need be.
! > 
!
! I cannot remember exactly what I entered but I doubt that it included any
! +1. I would guess either just 2 or just 3.
! 
! Anyway, my autoexec wound up with "2+1-1" as the Pager tag in the
! InitFunction and "0 3" in the RestartFunction. I changed both to "0 2"
! but the blank desktop is still there. I have also commented out all
! references to the fourth desktop in pager with no effect.

	Check the ~/G/L/A/base.#bpp that you use (# == colordepth), and
make sure that the "DeskTopSize <width>x<hieght>" is correct.  For example
I use 4 desks with 1 view each == 1x1.
	Check to see that you commented out the #pagerLabel for 3 (which
is the 4th desktop).  Then Quit AfterStep and startx again; if it's there
still then hmmmm, I'd need to take a look at all your configs (mail me
privately if it doesn't with your config files).

HTH 
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