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Re: Windowmanager Dependencieproblem

Brandon Mitchell wrote:
> On Tue, 2 Sep 1997, Goswin Brederlow wrote:
> > I installed a minimal X last week and found that the menus were all
> > wrong for the windomanager. After installing menu the problem was
> > solved. Shouldn't the windowmanager suggest menu? I thin none of them
> > does.
> >
> > Should I fill a bug agains every Windowmanager?
> Does menu work with every window manager?  I was under the impression that
> it was an fvwm2/fvwm95 thing.  As long as it only suggest and doesn't
> recomend I don't have that big of a problem.  I personally modify my
> window manager stuff by hand, and once I hacked something together that
> worked, I left it.  If a new user sees the suggestion that menu will make
> the window manager better, but isn't forced to use it, then it seems fair
> enough.  However, I don't want to have to override dselect just because
> someone else thinks everyone should have menu.
> Brandon

fvwm, fvwm2, fvwm95, afterstep and I think some others use it as well.
Of cause you should not be forced to install menu, cause it runs
perfectly (just without the std menus) without menu. But a suggestion
doesn't force you to use it, it just suggests it.

May the Source be with you.

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