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Old 08-16-2006, 01:31 PM   #1
jimtherabbit
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rox-filer


Alright, so I am running fluxbox on a slackware 10.2 with rox-filer and one day I toggled an option that made it unusable, so I just removed the package and re-installed it. Now I am faced with a different problem:
The file names are readble, however the menus, right clicking etc. all have the characters replaced with a box containing 4 characters in a 2x2 fashion..
IE
__
|36|
|E6|
--

If anyone could either tell me what this means (so I have somewhere to start looking) or how to fix it I would be most grateful.
 
Old 08-16-2006, 09:52 PM   #2
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Not sure what that means but the ROX config is stored in ~/.config so remove (or rename) the rox directory from in there to start fresh again
 
  


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