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Old 06-07-2003, 08:39 PM   #1
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dockapps vs. GKrellM

First I want to say HI!! I've been reading here for a few days as I setup my slackware box..Everything is going smooth thanks to the posts here. I think I am ditching winblows for sure this time.

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dockapps vs GKrellM:

Which do you prefer? Why?

pros and cons?

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Old 06-07-2003, 08:56 PM   #2
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What an odd question, interesting, but odd.

Anyway, I use WindowMaker, so its dock apps for me. Though I used Gkrellm in Fluxbox.

I use dockapps for a few things:
controlling XMMS,
CPU monitor,
Net monitor,
email mon,

I easily found dock apps for these, because theres THOUSANDS of them (theres a + for dockapps).

I also like them, because they work well w/ the dock (duh).

Dock apps seem to be more versitle to me.


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