Hi, I downloaded your configs from github and pasted it to my wmfsrc but after startx it returns me back to my back to my TTY. I think I configured the conky right... did you add the conky executable to .xinitrc or ~/conky_start and chmod it? Also, I'm wondering if it has to do with the fonts not exisiting. I don't quite understand the whole font thing. i know I don't have the terminus font for sure.... I know the font question is VERY noob. I promise I'll read the font wiki later on but where do i save the fonts and make it work with the wmfsrc config? Also where did you get the font?
Hi. If it gets you back to your TTY, it's not a problem with the font. Certainly a problem with the configuration itself. I'm wondering where, it work(ed)/(s) like a charm for me. You don't have to save your fonts somewhere particular, just put them where they normally should be : /usr/share/fonts. In this directory, you'll find fonts.dir files, in which the syntaxes are already written, just try the one of your font.
TheImmortalPhoenixFeatured By OwnerApr 4, 2012Hobbyist Interface Designer
Thanks for the explanations, I would need you to explain me another thing: in your wmfsrc under "font" you put "-misc-ohsnap-medium-r-normal - 12-87-100-100-c-70- iso8859-1 ", what kind of font's syntax is it? Can I simply put ohsnap-12? If I could not do so, how do I know what is the correct syntax of all the fonts I have installed? I never knew how this thing works....
Yes they are ! . That's the magic of WMFS2, thanks to its new syntax, I made all of my statusbars clickable. (It's not the case in the shot ; in the bottom right corner, MOC controls appear when a music is playing. Then I do have clickable buttons (play, pause, forward, previous, stop).)
See the WMFS2 wiki [link] which explains the syntax and gives some examples