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Subject: Re: ICON Placement on Desktop
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Date: Thu, 26 Sep 2002 12:37:45 +0100
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You could always arrange them as you want them, then use "iconsaver" or
to keep them that way.
It puts them back as you saved them at every log on or after the inevetable
mixup that MS Windows often does.
"Christopher R. Carlen" wrote in message
> abuse@MIX.COM wrote:
> > "Jim Thompson" wrote:
> >>I'd like all of my icons (except the system ones) to be in
> >>alphabetical order on the desktop.
> > [...]
> >>Any way to get around this "feature" ?
> > Yea, use a Mac. Once they get Unix running good on them you'll want
> > one anyway...... and that's already pretty decent.
> > Billy Y..
> I've had UNIX aka Linux running fine on PCs for eight years.
> Christopher R. Carlen
> Principal Laser/Optical Technologist
> Sandia National Laboratories CA USA
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