Ben Edwards said:
> At 11:54 06/04/00 , Justin Mason wrote:
> >Yep -- use the Tasklist -- it's in the Applets menu. As far as I can see,
> >GNOME-compliant window managers let GNOME handle icon display -- which it
> >doesn't do by default until you start this! (This is one thing that the
> >gnome docs need to make clearer, I'll think I'll go file a bug ;)
>> Don't seem to have a Anklets menu and can'nt locate Takslist, do I need to
> install a .rpm?
Actually, I did file a bug, and got a response -- apparently it's
an issue with compatibility with previous versions of GNOME, so it
shouldn't be affecting you!
It seems that some versions of GNOME don't include the tasklist
Applet, so you can use gnome-pager instead.
The Applets menu BTW is in GNOME Menu -> Panel -> Add Applet.
The pager and/or tasklist are then in the Utility submenu.
Try out the Afterstep Clock too ;)
If that doesn't work, do "rm -rf ~/.gnome" and logout/login again,
it'll set eerything up from scratch,
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