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6 Jan 2007
I saw some screenshots with Kapi and kopi running in GPE, are these available, and if so, where? I couldn't find them in the feed.

If they are not available, are they being worked on?

Thanks!
30 Dec 2006
It displays:
gnomesword2: error while loading shared libraries: libdbus-1.so.3: cannot open shared object file: No such file or directory

Does anyone know what is missing?

I have libdbus installed. If anyone knows where the package that's missing is, please let me know.

Thanks
23 Sep 2006
After I installed the xfce plugins, they didn't automatically load. Am I supposed to edit some file to make them load?

Thanks!
30 Jul 2006
I really like using Icewm because it seems to be the fastest Window Manager for programs I use (gnomesword mostly). The main problem I have with it is that when I plug in a USB device using the USB Host cable (this is an SL-C1000) or unplug a USB device, then the panel seems to "dissappear" and if I maximize a window it leaves about 1/3 of the desktop showing on the right-hand side and I can't see the bottom of the window. It's almost like it has resized to 480x640?

I'm running beta4, please give me any suggestions. The only solution I have so far is to logout and log back in (which is time-consuming). Please Help!!! smile.gif

If screenshots would help, could someone tell me what command takes screenshots? Thanks!
20 Jul 2006
Just as in the topic line, which WM is fastest (mainly for loading programs, so I guess the least amount of RAM or CPU necessary is what I'm asking).

If you are running another window manager, let me know and I'll add it to the poll. Please also post below what you think is faster about it than other window managers.
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