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Re: Enlightenment configuration tool?

It's basically been removed.  Right click on your background, or left click
and then look at "settings".  That's  the config for E now.


Thus spake Nathan O. Siemers (nathan@dnase.hpw.pri.bms.com):

> Hello:
>         I'm running an up to date intel-potato distribution, and
>         cannot find the enlightenment configuration tool anywhere.
>         What am I missing?  It is mentioned (but shaded out) in the
>         gnome configuration menus, and I use it at work on my RH 6.1
>         system.  
>         Thanks for your help.
>         nathan
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