3
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1answer
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How to pop up “hidden” X application

This is on a RHEL6 system using GNOME (but it happens on Debian as well). I use an application called xchat and if you hide it using the icon in the notification area (as opposed to minimizing using ...
1
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1answer
39 views

FVWM HowTo Swallow?

How could I swallow things like xclock, tray and other stuff to FvwmButtons? Is FvwmButtons the only option to swallow this type of things? How to swallow FvwmWinList to FvwmButtons?
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1answer
77 views

FVWM 's Windows buttons (Maximize Minimize …), Themes

I'm using the F Virtual Window Manager (FVWM). I'm wondering how to customize the window appearance (the theme) to Add a minimize, maximize, and close button, so I have four buttons, arranged like ...
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1answer
39 views

Multiple GUI windows in one (GUI applications windows multiplexer/wrapper)

I was wandering if there are some programs or methods, where I can do something similar like Terminal multiplexer - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia - except where each region of the "multiplexer" ...
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2answers
59 views

Running an app minimized on a system with a minimal X server

I run X on Ubuntu minimal using xinit. I now want to launch spotify in minimized mode as it's remotely controlled and I don't want it to be visible. I also thought about installing a small window ...
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2answers
65 views

switch to an existing Terminal Emulator using command (wmctrl) or shortcut key

It's rather hard to do it. wmctrl needs to know the window title in order to operate on it, but it is damn hard to know the title of any terminal emulator, be it gnome-terminal, rxvt, xterm... ...
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1answer
40 views

How to maximize a window programmably in X Window?

I'm wondering if there is any commands or programs to make some window maximized in X Window? For example, what I imagine is something like this xmaximize -window *window_id*
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2answers
216 views

Is there a way to simulate a “Close” event on various windows using the terminal?

I answered on Ask Ubuntu Quit all instances of gnome-terminal via a command but as you all can read gnome-terminal didn't seems to have a SIGcall I could use to simulate this "Close" event. So this ...
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0answers
41 views

Can I trigger an alternate keyboard layout based on switching windows?

I'd like to use different keyboard layouts (that I set with setxkbmap) depending on the application window that has focus. So for example, I'd like to switch when I change the window from terminal ...
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2answers
386 views

switching windows in twm with keyboard shortcuts

I am using a system that runs twm and I am wondering if it is possible to switch between windows using keyboard shortcuts, as I do in gnome with Alt+Tab.
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1answer
139 views

How to change gravity (win_gravity) of a window?

Skype always pops messages at lower right corner of screen. Does changing widow gravity (win_gravity, defaults to NorthWest) for Skype alters pop-ups position (what I want to do actually)? Got no ...
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3answers
144 views

Bring up all terminal windows to front of screen?

I usually have 2-3 terminals open when programming on Fedora, but I find it quite tedious having to click and manually bring every terminal to the front screen when I compile and run. Are there any ...
1
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2answers
337 views

change terminal window default location

How do I change the default gnome-terminal location on screen. I checked out the preferences but they only have option to change default size. I also checked out .gconf/apps/gnome-terminal/ but didnt ...
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0answers
181 views

Windows losing focus on Gnome on Fedora 17

I have a problem using Gnome on Fedora 17 where, after a period of time, I cannot regain focus on any windows; that is, I can only see the desktop screen. If I Alt-Tab I can see the other windows, but ...
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1answer
361 views

How can I save/restore window positions when I undock/dock my laptop?

I have a laptop with a docking station that has a large monitor connected to it. When the laptop is docked, I use the monitor as my primary display, and the laptop screen as a secondary display. ...
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1answer
1k views

How can I set the position that terminal opens at?

I'd like Terminal to open near the bottom of my screen. Is there a way to set the default size and position? I'm using Linux Mint 13, Cinnamon.