> Just had a look there. The enlightenment configuration tool has an option
> in "behaviour/Miscellaneous", called "Display icons when windows are
> iconified". Try that!
>is it just me, or is enlightenments icon handling really 'icky'. Or at least
nowhere near as suave as Windowmakers?
I prefer the icon integration of wm, the way they represent the programme
and you drag it to clip to 'save' it. I'd forgotten how tacky traditional
window manager icon handling is, where the icon just signifies a minimised
window. E's doesn't seem anymore sophisticated than that of OpenLook.
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