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MonitorWharf introduction Like every other AfterStep module, the Wharf can be run multiple times, simply by making a symbolic link to the corresponding executable.

  Introduction   Configuration   Debugging
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The Wharf module is a free-floating application loader that can execute programs,
"Swallow" running programs, and contain "Folders" of more applications,
among other things.

example:
ln -s /usr/bin/Wharf MonitorWharf
*MonitorWharfAnimate
*MonitorWharfAnimateMain
*MonitorWharfAnimateDelay 2
*MonitorWharfAnimateSteps 5
*MonitorWharfAnimateStepsMain 5

*MonitorWharfBalloons
*MonitorWharfBalloonXOffset 10
*MonitorWharfBalloonYOffset -15
*MonitorWharfBalloonDelay 120
*MonitorWharfBalloonCloseDelay 1200
*MonitorWharfBalloonStyle "*WharfBalloon"
*MonitorWharfBalloonBorderHilite Right,Bottom

*MonitorWharfFullPush

*MonitorWharfColumns 1
*MonitorWharfGeometry -5-5
...
*MonitorWharf clock - Swallow "asclock" asclock -shape -12 -position +1+1 &
*MonitorWharf clock - Swallow "xclock" xclock -bg gray10 -fg cyan -digital -brief &
...


AfterStep Documentation   -   October 2005     ( 80% complete )

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