Re: Maximized window vs Wharf (and/or Pager)

Thomas Widlundh (
Wed, 26 May 1999 13:29:42 +0200

If I understand Your question correct, You can get rid of the wharf by
right-clicking on it. It will then scroll out of the way.
To get it back, right-click again on the little slice showing in the upper edge
or downwards on the screen.

> I've recently migrated from Win32 to Linux platform, and I use the
> AfterStep as my window manager.
> Still, I wonder about one function (very useful for me) , which I saw in the
> LiteStep shell I used on Win32 (as I know, the Window Maker has it too):
>  Is it possible to force the maximized window to "attach" itself to Wharf's / Pager's edge?
> At now, both the Pager and the Wharf are floating "on top", so then
> I'm working over the text in maximized window, some letters are hidden under these useful
> gadgets.

KMail 1.0.17
Caldera Open Linux 2.2