3.2 review on osnews
jason at keirstead.org
Fri Jan 16 14:06:41 GMT 2004
On January 16, 2004 9:51 am, David Faure wrote:
> Because if you don't have the window, then both xsnow and 'netscape
> -remote' work, which isn't the case when you have the window (it's one or
> the other in that case, hence the checkbox in "Configure desktop").
Makes sense. But, if this is the case, why doesn't KDE stop the kdesktop
process when this window is gone?
It doesn't seem to be doing anything usefull in this case. It can't accept
drags, it isn't managing the background (it's on the root window) ?
There's no place like 127.0.0.1
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