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Section - -33- What files affect the window manager and what is their relationship to each other?

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Date: 07 May 1993 00:00:01 EST

  1) ~/.4Dwmrc, if you have one
  2) /usr/lib/X11/system.4Dwmrc
  3) /usr/bin/X11/4Dwm
  4) /usr/lib/X11/app-defaults/4Dwm
  5) ~/.Xdefaults (or wherever you set resources)

  When 4Dwm is started, it looks for ~/.4Dwmrc. If it does not exist,
  it looks at /usr/lib/X11/system.4Dwmrc. The definitions for button
  bindings, menus, etc are contained in these files. For a better
  description of bindings, look in /usr/tutor/Customize/example.4Dwmrc
  and /usr/people/ 4Dgifts/.4Dwmrc. Also see the man pages for 4Dwm.

  The resource set for the bindings will actually "choose" which
  binding definition is set.

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