> Yknow, I used to be a DIEHARD AfterStep
> user.. its lightweight, modular design,
> along with pleasing visual capability
> and intuitive functionality was
> wonderful.. it seems to have fallen a
> bit from the days I used it..
> development seems to have slowed down
> from where it used to be, which is a
> shame.. ::shrug::i use E-DR16 now, and
> theres basically no going back from that
Far from it. AfterStep development is as strong
as ever, with quite a lot of cvs activity every day.