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According to the archlinux wiki on the subject, you should be using the .xinitrc to set your session information. From there you'll likely be looking for the exec command and modifying it from cinnamon to wmaker. Obviously not a debian resource but the archlinux wiki on xinit does go through configuration options in good detail, might be useful to review.


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While I was working through clearkimura’s answer, I found the method I had been using before to make windows stay opaque. Enter this command in a terminal, and then click on the window that you want: xprop -f _NET_WM_WINDOW_OPACITY_LOCKED 32c -set _NET_WM_WINDOW_OPACITY_LOCKED 1 That sets a window property that causes Xfce to leave the window opacity ...


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Use Devilspie2 to set the window type to "Utility" for selective applications. This window type will not be affected by "Opacity of inactive windows" in Xfce environment. Preliminary setup Install Devilspie2 from the repository (available in Debian and Ubuntu repositories), then create a new configuration file at $HOME/.config/devilspie2 with the following ...


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chmod +x .config/bspwm/bspwmrc did the trick



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