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apple's x11 "XScrabble" need some help


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After many hours of work I have xscrabble running.. Thing is: I can't start it without using terminal. Is this normal? I can start Pan, Xmahjongg using the applications menu of X11. I believe it has something to do with the export DISPLAY command. I had to use this command to get it to run in Terminal. I guess to sum it up, will xscrabble run from X11 applications menu?

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