>Hello, >Starting asetroot from my InitFunction didn't seem to help, I still get >that miniscule asetroot window every time changing the background image. >Here's my InitFunction: >Function "InitFunction" > Module "I" WinList > Exec "I" asetroot > Wait "I" asetroot >EndFunction >And asetroot seems to be running, I can see it in "ps x". >Another question, should I have asetroot also in RestartFunction? asetroot is the module, so you have to start it as : Module "I" asetroot make sure that you have *PagerDontDrawBg option in your Pager file. Alternatevely you can run asetroot as regular x app (it won't stay resident then ) run it as : asetroot -l I actually have it in my .xinitrc file even before afterstep - this way when afterstep comes up root background will be in place already - saves time. If you start it this way then you will need to have *PagerDontDrawBg commented out, otherwise you would not be able to switch backgrounds via menu. Also you have to check that you have valid asetroot config file. refer to a man page( man asetroot ) and sample asetroot config supplied in distro. > > >Mikko Sasha -- This is the mailing list for the AfterStep Window Manager for X. To unsubscribe, type the following command at the prompt 'mail -s unsubscribe email@example.com'. For more help on AfterStep, refer to the on-line documentation at http://www.afterstep.org.