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Re: How do you get a background in AmiCygnix? Just get Basic X11 Grey BG

Subject: Re: How do you get a background in AmiCygnix? Just get Basic X11 Grey BG
by cygnusEd on 2017/10/15 20:20:26

@m1nuto

Hmm - it seems, that your installation is messed up.

First: I recommend to use the standard tools: "openbox" as the window-manager, "idesk" as the desktop-manager and "lxpanel" as desktop panel and no toolbar. Only these are well tested and supported. Programs like "Motif Window Manager (mwm)", "Rox-Filer" are kind of experimental.

I suggest to launch the script "Reset-Environment.bat" located in "Cygnix:S/Utilities" on the Workbench after a fresh reset. Afterwards the AmiCygnix Desktop should start with the default settings.

If you like to edit the AmiCygnix settings, please use "myX11Setup". Only the base package is needed for this.
The tools package has some additional tools like "gsetroot" as a second way to change the background.

P.S.: It is always a good idea to refresh the caches with "Refresh-ALL-Caches.bat" also located in "Cygnix:S/Utilities" when it is working again.

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