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Take a look here and get to known with the Windows Manager possiblities for Linux X.


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I was in a similar situation: I wanted a status line (top or bottom), that would fill my needs previously requiring the Gnome top panel. For me, the answer was i3 with an i3bar/i3status configuration gleaned/frankensteined from various parts from around the web. It now does (most) of what I wanted it for, and some new tricks gnome-panel could not do. ...


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If the window is deleted and recreated, then the window manager (gnome) loses the setting. This happens to me with pidgin chat windows if I ever close them. I don't know if eclipse does this on major state transitions (edit->build), but watch for gnome's tab order to change, or the window to completely vanish for a moment. I'd really like to be able to ...


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On the latest version of Kali 2.x, I had the same exact issue. Alt + Right Click didn't do anything, but if you do the following it gets out of Kiosk mode right click select applications -> settings -> panel it will say there is no panel running and are you sure you want to start one.. I clicked execute and it stopped running kiosk mode.


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Try Settings -> Language Support -> Regional Formats, select proper format. the change needs re-login.


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Thank to @jasonwryan's comment, I did some search and found the solution in this link (Icecube63 comment). I post it literally here just in case the link is unavailable: 'There is a typo in ~/.config/gtk-3.0/settings.ini. It should be lowercase, not "Breeze": [Settings] gtk-theme-name=breeze gtk-icon-theme-name=breeze After changing all gtk3 applications ...


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Building on top of @meuh's answer I came up with the attached script. Here are the features: Spawns five terminals two each left and right and one on the top Terminals are initially minimized and set active if cursor hits border inside the terminal height / width, disappears if window is active and border hit again Notes: I found the behavior of ...


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You can do something like this with xdotool. For example, xdotool behave_screen_edge top search --name mywindowname windowactivate will continuously monitor mouse movement and when at the top of the screen it will search for a window named mywindowname and cause it to be visible, depending on your window manager.



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