Hi, i recently just installed the new xquartz binaries, and everything was running well for awhile, I could change the window manager and customize the colors of the window manager, etc, until one day I decided to execute "/usr/X11/bin/startx --fullscreen", it popped up a message saying: I chose yes, and ever since that day, I have not been able to start an X11 program with a window manager, it just comes up with no titlebars, no window borders, and it's all stuck at the top of the screen with no way of moving it. So for instance if I start "emelfm", it will work and I can use it no problem, but it's stuck at the top left corner of the screen. There is no window manager being used for any X11 apps now... I've deleted the ~/.xinitrc and ~/.xinitrc.old, then made a new one from /etc/X11/xinit/xinitrc and copied it to the home directory, tried to make it call twm and every time I start an X app it STILL starts without a window manager. I have no idea how to fix this... I'm not experienced with X11, and I don't know how to get it to use the .xinitrc file again. Could someone please shed some light on this?