Re: [As-users] One application with multiple windows on multiple

Nathan 'Vaevictus' Mahon (as_ml@vaevictus.net)
Wed, 15 Apr 2009 08:42:53 -0400


I believe the proper procedure for a database change is an afterstep 
restart.

n8

Daniel A. Ramaley wrote:
> I wrote too soon. It turns out that after editing database, i have to 
> tell AfterStep to do an "Update All" twice before settings take effect. 
> I had only done it once when i reported lack of success. Now things are 
> working as i want them to.
>
> On 2009-04-14 at 16:29:39, Daniel A. Ramaley wrote:
>   
>> Thanks for the tips.
>>
>> I added ", NoGroupHints" to the Firefox line in database:
>> Style   "Firefox-bin"           Icon logos/Firefox, IgnoreConfig,
>> NoGroupHints
>>
>> That, unfortunately, had no effect. At the top of the file there
>> appears to be a catch-all line, so i added NoGroupHints to that:
>> Style   "*"             Icon interface.xpm, NoGroupHints
>>
>> Now Firefox works as i expect it to; i can place windows on different
>> desktops without difficulty. The "terminal application" i use is
>> gnome-terminal. It doesn't have its own line in the AfterStep
>> database, but even adding NoGroupHints to the "*" line, the terminal
>> still insists on having all windows on 1 desktop. Is there something
>> else i can try?
>>     
>
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