Hi e.m. fields,
not come across wbar before, but I'm definitely going to give it a go!
One thing though - you have the following line:
To autostart Wbar add this line to your autostart.sh: #Launch Wbar (sleep 6s && Wbar) &
You should point out that this should be to seperate lines in your autostart.sh, otherwise the whole line will be ignored as comment.
To autostart Wbar add these lines to your autostart.sh:
(sleep 6s && Wbar) &
To edit your autostart.sh file, right click on the desktop, and from the menu, select 'Preferences' -> 'Openbox Config' -> 'Edit autostart.sh'
Fixed Auto formatting is sometimes a pain
Its covered a bit in the HOWTO: just to add my bit. I found that if you add wbar to autostart but have customised it, then it opens in default settings.
Open wbarconf in terminator, then press refresh (which will load your customisations) copy the command that the refresh does and put that into autostart.sh mine is:
(sleep 10s && wbar -bpress -above-desk -zoomf 1.3 -idist 6.0 -isize 40.0) &
Last edited by n1ck (2009-07-13 22:25:37)
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