Re: multiple wmmon applets in wharf

Thadeu Penna (tjpp@bu.edu)
Mon, 18 Jan 1999 14:05:20 +0000 (/etc/localtime)


On 18 Jan, Jeff Jadwin wrote:
> For some reason the Wharf does not want to swallow more than one wmmon.
> I'm using Afterstep 1.6.6, and I want one wmmon to monitor cpu usage,
> and another to monitor memory & swap usage.  I know it can be done
> because I've seen it in screenshots.  What happens to me is that one is
> swallowed, and the other just starts on the desktop without being
> swallowed.  Here's the relevent lines from my ~/G/L/A/wharf file:
> 
>     *Wharf wmmon - MaxSwallow "wmmon" wmmon &
>     *Wharf wmmon - MaxSwallow "wmmon" wmmon -s &
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
You are asking to be the same :)
Try
     *Wharf wmcpu - MaxSwallow "wmmon" wmmon &
     *Wharf wmmem - MaxSwallow "wmmon" wmmon -s &

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