[shells] CachemanXP systray icon

  • From: Ravi/Shell-Shocked <ravi@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: shells@xxxxxxxxxxxxx, litestep@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Tue, 16 Mar 2004 13:33:11 +0000

Just trying to get the word out about this small issue with
CachemanXP and alternate shells.

If you're running a shell which isn't specified in your
Winlogon/Shell key. (For example testing other shells, using
shell switchers etc.) the tray icon won't work unless you do
something specific:

,----- [ CachemanXP help file ]
| You must let CachemanXP know the name of your Shell executable,
| to do it create a new Shell , example for LiteStep:
| "Shell"="Litestep.exe" 

Good to see some applications considering us alternative shell
users. :)

Unfortunately people will simply get the impression that alt
shells don't support this icon when they're just testing a shell.

Ravi (http://shell-shocked.org)

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