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Posted: Jan. 05 2006,08:22 QUOTE

Where'd the slit go? :( Amazing how you miss having the mount app there.  And when I activate it through the dockapp list, next time I reboot frugal, it's gone again!
(Brand-new frugal install, using persistent home and opt)

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Posted: Jan. 05 2006,09:16 QUOTE

RoGuE_StreaK,  the slit apps are gone from the desktop by design.  We are attempting to save space and have cross window manager usability by writing the same functionality into Lua-FLTX apps.

I am going to experiment with mimicking dock app functionality soon.  But, you should find mount.lua to have nearly the same functionality as and it is only 2.4k.
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Posted: Jan. 05 2006,19:01 QUOTE

The volume / balance behavior is normal for QEMU/DSL Embedded.

If you want to control volume/balance, use your host operating system volume tool, like the one in the MSWindows task bar for example.
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Posted: Jan. 06 2006,21:47 QUOTE

The lua mount app actually lets me access my flash drive without being root when plugging it in after boot.

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Posted: Jan. 07 2006,10:34 QUOTE

Here's a small gripe FWIW: Torsmo moves to the left a tiny amount when some displayed value changes (not sure which it is yet), then moves back. Disconcerting when you catch it out of the corner of your eye.
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