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SpectreDragon
Hey guys,

I have a problem running wbar (installed from capn_fish's feed) on pdaXii13 5.4.9.

After starting wbar in terminal it directly crashes and gives the following error (the error is from my pc, but same with zaurus):

QUOTE
Using /home/spectred/.wbar config file.
***** Imlib2 Developer Warning ***** :
This program is calling the Imlib call:

imlib_free_image();

With the parameter:

image

being NULL. Please fix your program.
[*path to existing font*] -> Couldn't load font


I also compiled wbar on my linux pc but same problem there.
Even after changing the path (after t: in the configuration file) it keeps crashing.

Anyone able to help me with this? biggrin.gif
Capn_Fish
I never got text to work or tried very hard. The first set of c:, t:, and i: are the background, command (blank), and font (this is what I have no clue how to get to work). Try it with your file like this:

CODE
i:/path/to/background
c:
t:

i:/path/to/icon1.png
c:command
t:


Where "t" in the second set is intentionally blank.

HTH
SpectreDragon
ah ok. Didn't know that rolleyes.gif . Using your example config without setting font and text it starts and runs without problems (at least on my linux pc, will try it on the zaurus soon). Thanks.
Capn_Fish
No problem. I should probably go and hack the text support out to save future confusion...
SpectreDragon
btw. tried on the zaurus and it works biggrin.gif

Maybe it could be helpful to have some kind of example / default configuration in the package.
Capn_Fish
If I rebuild it, I will add it in.
stupkid
By the way thanks for the wbar package Capn! It works really well with WindowMaker as you can see:







Fast and Beautiful!
Capn_Fish
You're welcome! Thank Antikx too, as he put me on to it.

Is there any interest in Pie Dock, while we're on this subject?

http://www.markusfisch.de/?PieDock



Capn_Fish
I just happened upon these:

http://www.gnomefiles.com/app.php/wbarconf
http://www.gnomefiles.com/app.php/wbar_util

For those of you looking for config tools (I may get around to building them eventually).
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