Re: Buttons

egaudet@exoffice.com
Wed, 17 Mar 1999 18:55:57 +0900 (KST)


Le 17-Mar-99 New World Society racontais : 
>  I've just entered at the world of AfterStep and that's the same question
>  that i had. But, after reading a LOT, i've found that the name of the
>  program that create those buttons is wharf, and there is a file named
>  like that "wharf" at you directory where afterstep is
>  (/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep, i guess). If you don't find it there, you
>  must search at the program's directory (mine is /usr/share/afterstep).
>  There you sould find a lot of configure files.

You'll have to copy this file :
cp /usr/local/share/afterstep/wharf ~/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep
and make any modif in your local file (assumed the /usr one is root's)

then man Wharf will tell you evething you want to know about it.
  
>  The Rest, depends on you.
>  
>  Ed Barth wrote:
> > 
> > NEWBIE ALERT *** NEWBIE ALERT *** NEWBIE ALERT *** NEWBIE ALERT
> > 
> > My question is about the buttons on the right side of the AfterStep
> > desktop.  Can anyone tell me how to add to them, configure them, change
> > them, use them...  Is there a how-to or any other document concerning
> > these buttons.  This does not seem to be addressed in the AfterStep FAQ.
> > I realize this must sound trivial but it's not like there's an
> > "AfterStep Unleashed" out there.
> > 
> > Thanks in advance...
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> > 



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E-Mail: egaudet@exoffice.com
Date: 17-Mar-99
Time: 18:38:49

Eric GAUDET
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