Re: Pager

cajun (
Fri, 26 Mar 1999 00:37:03 -0800

I agree with Coplan.

As somewhat of a newbie, I appreciate and learn from the discussions of
the various ways of handling things.  Just a couple of days ago, someone
referred to WinList.  I had no idea that's what the 'bar' (trying to
stay clear of that other term) across the top of the screen was.  It was
through someone else's question, I learned the WinList could be
displayed vertically rather than the default of horizontal.


Coplan wrote:
> On Fri, 26 Mar 1999, Greg Anderson wrote:
> > I find the pager an awesome tool.  More useful to me then the Wharf.
> >
> As for me...I find the Zharf much more useful than the Wharf.  For one, I
> use it like a button bar.  I have no icons, just text.  I have one for my
> swap list, a whole bunch of window manipulators (resize, move, kill, etc),
> and so on.  Try it, it's much nicer than going into the menu to kill a
> window.  Then, I typically get rid of that icon that pulls up the window
> manipulation menu.  This is also the only app I have on the desktop that
> is NoCover.  That way, they are always there.
> IMHO, I think we should all share tips like this for no reason at all.
> Who knows...maybe a lot of you have come up with tips that the rest of us
> havn't thought about, let alone ask about.
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