tal00r at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Thu Jan 23 12:45:53 CET 2003
On Thu, Jan 23, 2003 at 12:16:43PM +0100, Olivier Fourdan wrote:
> Hi Thomas,
> Hehehe, well, I tried to warn you :)
> Xfce has its own settings mechanism now, and using ROX Session with it
> might cause trouble... The messages you see in the log are because there
> is already an xsetting manager running (ROX Session in this case) and
> xfce-mcs-manager doesn't enable its own standard xsettings manager.
> Thus, all standards xsettings aren't managed by xfce-mcs-manager and it
> display a warning when its plugins try to access std xsettings... (Not
> sure I make myself clear here :)
Yes, I understand what it's trying to do, I just want to turn it off ;-)
I'd like to have xfwm4 using mcs for its own stuff, but let ROX-Session
handle XSettings (ie, have running xfwm4 ONLY do window manager things).
I guess anyone wanting to run xfwm4 in GNOME, etc, would have the same
Of course, once new-conf is implemented we can share the settings and the
user can configure things from either, but that's quite a way off :-(
> As for the panel not being sticky, what property does it use ?
Looks like this was actually caused by the upgrade to GTK+-2.2 (it
helpfully unsets the _NET_WM_DESKTOP property for you... nice).
Thomas Leonard http://rox.sourceforge.net
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