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Well u seemed to distance from CD rate events when installing from CD, am happy where to addess the rate events, unspuorius, that not apply to that one, but the google clips, don't bother. Without the one fagits we ll not even come to discuss.
Hurra, I prefer playing CD cover side down
Surely slackware tarballs are cool then rpm complicacies.
Originally posted by Kovacs I like rox filer (see screenshot). Just edit ~/.fluxbox/menu, instructions are on the fluxbox website.
Sorry for the off-topic question, but your screenshot has awesome fonts in aterm. They seem like M$ Comic Sans. I already have that font being used in Linux (also did mkfontscale and mkfontdir), but when I choose it using the -fn opton in aterm, I get letters very separated from each other. Besides, in xfontsel I only get the 12-point size...
I never did anything special for it, I just copied the line from the fonts.dir for that font and pasted it into my .Xdefaults.
I actually found that it's not really a great font for a lot of stuff (I do a lot of php coding) because it's missing a couple of characters. I've gone back to trusty old 9x15 until I can find a better one.