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*
I had Firefox running on a Parted Magic LiveCD, then (possibly) as a result of a key combination I don't recall, it quickly vanished from screen and Task Bar/Window List. However: ps ax | grep ...
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 ...
Desktop application developers are free to choose which keyboard shortcuts they want to support. On Windows the convention is pretty strong: Alt-F4 closes most applications Ctrl-F4 closes most major ...
I am running Linux Mint 13, with a KDE 4 desktop manager. I would like to launch applications from a terminal (konsole in my specific case) and setting the exact size of the window and the location of ...
Is it possible to have a button on the side bar to hide every open window on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS?
I have a .xsession script. I am opening a gnome-terminal in background. I would like to open it maximised. I use Cinnamon as window manager. I do understand usually window manager is responsible for ...
I would like to add an event-catcher, if my the zenity window gets minimized, resized or moved. I already call a script if the window is closed or the button is pressed in my typebreak script But I ...