I believe that file is dynamic sort of like mtab vs fstab. Just go and use WPrefs. Then don't forget to restart the windowmanager. If you don't have Wprefs you're going to need it. Most of the Windowmaker files are in /usr/share/Windowmaker, so look in there if you need to edit configs.
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From: Ron Farrer [mailto:email@example.com]
Sent: Tuesday, May 02, 2000 4:02 PM
To: Debian User
Subject: where are wmakers config files?
Where are wmakers config files? I keep editing ~/GNUstep/Default/WMState
but evertime I log in it reverts back. There must be another one
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