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Default libnotify on FVWM & WindowMaker [SOLVED]

Hello, been running -current for a while now..

I tried using notify-send 'hello' but no OSD show's up on FVWM or WindowMaker.

I am trying to get a working desktop similar to what I am used and even better.

I have libnotify-0.7.2 from pre-built packages

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Oh, it is working, but I don't like it....

Didn't you rally see any difference?
on fvwm (FreeBSD 8.2) it shows pretty transparent, until you move mouse over it

In the end I pkg_delete it
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@killasmurf86

second!, what's working? libnotify?
can you please put in detail which package and may be a screen shot too?

thanks in advance
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Hmm, it looks like it doesn't work no more....
It used to


Something changed probably in my environment... I do that quite a lot...
I can't reproduce working libnotify
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well, um thanks at least for replying
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I've never had any probs with that program, maybe you're having an issue with DBUS?
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It needed another program called notification-daemon or notification-daemon-xfce, heh as suggested during the install.

it's what TerryP mentioned about D-BUS

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