Posted: Thu 24 Sep 2009, 15:59 Post_subject:
Thanks for trying it out for me. This inspired me to have another go at resolving it and i found the problem. I was trying to setup wbar for an application I had downloaded, I had located the binary file and the icon and included paths to these two files in the wbar file. What I discovered by playing with different icons etc was that the wbar file could not locate the icon I had set and when this happened no wbar was displayed at all. The path was to a sub-directory of .usr. When I moved the icon to a sub-directory of usr and reset the path everything worked fine. I am not sure if it was a problem with the location or a problem with my path address. I was not clear whether the path to .usr
I tried both but neither seemed to work.
Anyway I have cracked it now, so although you did not give me an exact solution, the fact that you tried it out meant that it was not a problem with Boxpup 413 and made me look at it again. So thanks for your help.