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You should find an enlightenment directory in your users home directory where you should find the applet config files there. They are basically plain text config files you just add and remove whatever programs you want by specifying the path, name, etc.
I am not at one of my machines to tell you the exact location but if you browse that directory you'll find them.
ok...i found the directory and ive tried putting programs into the config file but i cant seem to make it work...i think im having using the wrong syntax or else i just dont have any clue what im doing at all (good possibility) anyways im trying to follow something like this that is already in the file
ok i edited another file and it seems to have worked as far as adding the program but it doesnt seem to execute it...if i type /home/justin/emelfm-0.9.2/emelfm into eterm it executes the program but with the same command in the exec portion of the config it doenst do anything anyone know how to fix that?