Thanks for your advice..
but holding Alt + right clicking doesn't bring up the menu as it does on other applications/windows.
I'm using wmbiff to monitor my IMAP and POP3 mail accounts.. I didn't find an epplet like this one (can you suggest any?).
On Mon, 20 Jan 2003 10:26:01 -0800
"Robert G. Werner" <rwerner@...> wrote:
>> I have a WM dockapp that I'd like to use as an E epplet..
>> I can copy the binary to /usr/local/enlightenment/bin and rename it to name.epplet, so now I can start it as an epplet.
>> My problem is that it's neither saved and re-started each time I start E, nor the position is remembered.
>> I'm sure there's some step I'm missing in this - what is it?
>As far as I know, enlightenment treats WM dock apps as regular
>windows without borders and other decorations. To get it to remeber
>to restart and its position, etc, hold the <alt> key and right click
>to bring up the menu. Then select stick/unstick to make the window
>sticky and select rememeber to deal with the remember settings.
>I don't believe it is necessary to rename the WM applet and put it in
>Just out of curiosity, which applet are you using? After the epplets
>came out, I stopped using any of the WM applets.
>Robert G. Werner
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