Re: AfterStep vs. Window Maker

Benjamin J. Tracy (tracy@wsicorp.com)
Fri, 12 Feb 1999 17:17:54 -0500 (EST)


> 2.	Edit your database file, just as you usually would when adding
> another Wharf.  So, you should have a line
> 	
> Style   "Wharf"  NoTitle, Sticky, StaysOnBack, WindowListSkip, NoHandles
> 
> (or something like this -- I've adjusted my Wharf properties a little).
> Now, copy it, and edit it so that you have another line
> 
> Style   "BWharf"  NoTitle, StartsOnDesk 2, StaysOnBack, WindowListSkip, 
> NoHandles
> 
> I _think_ this should get you a second Wharf that only appears on Desk 2.

*Except* for the fact that the original is still sticky and will also be
displayed on desk 2.  The only real way to do this is to have 1 wharf for
each _page_ not desk, some of which may be the same.  That way you can
remove the sticky qualifier and have a whole to of flexibility.  (More
than you would want perhaps.

Ben


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