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How can  I centre the title in the title bars in X Windows
in the fvwm95-2 implementation [Windows 95 version]?

I want my titles to look this way:
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|                         Xterm                          |
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I have searched though all the current offical X windows
documentation and found nothing to help.

I'd be MIGHTY gratefully if someone can help me with this
problem.

Larry
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In your .fvwm2rc95 look at Style options.
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