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Re: Useing $HOME in .fvwmrc file ?

>>>>> Stan Brown writes:

  Stan> 	Can I do this? If so how? I need to set up a pixmap
  Stan> path that will point to a place relative to the users home
  Stan> directory.

(1) Use ~/foo to refer to a directory in your home directory.

(2) Use m4 or cpp to preprocess your .fvwmrc file and use their way of
referring to environment variables.

I'm not sure if (1) works but (2) works.

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