Re: wharf question

Steve Ettorre (sme@nycap.rr.com)
Wed, 06 Sep 2000 19:32:33 -0400


David-

I use startx -- -bpp 24 to fire up X.

-S.


David Mihm wrote:

> On Wed, 6 Sep 2000, Steve Ettorre wrote:
>
> > Hi-
> >
> > I normally run AS 1.8.1-1 with 16bpp on my Xserver. In this mode,
> > everything works great - my wharf lines up on the right side of the
> > monitor screen. However, when I restart X with 24bpp the wharf get
> > confused. All the dockable applets line up on top of each other in the
> > upper left corner. Can someone give my some advice as to what I need to
> > change to when I switch from 16 to 24 bpp? For information, I've pasted
> > my wharf file at the end of this message.
>
>         You should not have to do anything when you switch colordepths.
> My guess is it's one of the apps that's starting up and being swallowed in
> the wharf doesn't like to be run in 24bpp.  Or it might possibly be the
> method you are using to start X - are you setting the DefaultColorDepth in
> the XF86Config or using startx to set the depth?
>
> p.s. You could have cut out the 500 gazillion commented lines in your conf
> file before sending it to everyone on the mailing list. :)
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