I made a couple of changes to the ROX-Session/Login
script. I figured maybe they might be useful to
For one, I changed the line that actually starts the
pinboard and the panel to read:
rox -p Default -b Default
rox -p Default -b Default &
So that I can be sure my background is set before I
try and start something like...say...a transparent
The other change I made was to change the line:
rox $PROG &
Just because it seems better that way? I won't bother
attempting to explain, if it makes sense you guys will
Thank you, Come again! :)
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From: Thomas Leonard <tal00r@ec...> - 2002-12-25 12:07:12
On Sun, Dec 15, 2002 at 01:42:16PM -0800, Rahsheen Porter wrote:
> I made a couple of changes to the ROX-Session/Login
> script. I figured maybe they might be useful to
> For one, I changed the line that actually starts the
> pinboard and the panel to read:
> rox -p Default -b Default
> instead of:
> rox -p Default -b Default &
For current CVS ROX-Session, the filer is managed specially so that if it
quits, ROX-Session can offer to restart it.
> So that I can be sure my background is set before I
> try and start something like...say...a transparent
You might be able to get the same effect using 'wait' in the RunROX script
now. I'm considering having a run-on-startup option for pinboard icons
which would ensure things got started after the pinboard.
Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
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