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I am currently using a Open Suse 12.3 with Xdm & gnome. It permit at least a full HD display and 1920 X 1200.
I experienced this problem and I believe I've pinned it down to happening after installing nVidia graphics driver. The behaviour I experienced was that I could not add any workspaces and when showing multitasking view, none of my open applications displayed (hence gala not letting me make more workspaces). Reverting back to regular open source graphics ...
from digging through the XML file in Matchbox's Git repo: The window manager has redefinable shortcut keys which can be used to perform window operations or launch applications. The location of the config file is PREFIX/share/matchbox/kbdconfig, this can be overridden by the user having a ~/.matchbox/kdbconfig file. The config file is made up of one ...
xseticon allows you to do exactly that.
You may like xfdashboard, which is Maybe a Gnome shell like dashboard for Xfce It should provide you some really nice graphics for picking and moving windows. A program launcher with shortcuts is included, too.
Depending on the terminal program you're using, you can specify the geometry and placement of the window. For example: xterm -geometry 96x24-0+0 The man pages will tell you more. The xterm program is unusual in that the geometry is in characters rather than pixels. -E
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