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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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Headerbar/CSD Actually, a section of the code that I found via reddit and posted above, namely headerbar entry, headerbar spinbutton, headerbar button, headerbar separator { margin-top: 2px; /* same as headerbar side padding for nicer proportions */ margin-bottom: 2px; } DOES modify the headerbars/CSDs. However the effect is not immediate. Even ...


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What you're asking is probably doable if you can determine the window-id's involved and use wmctrl to ask the window manager to do the moving and stacking operations on your behalf. That is, your terminal program would start the image viewer it would obtain the window-id of the image viewer using that information, it would ask the window manager to move ...


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I've just uninstalled AMD driver and everything went fine. For those who want to know how to remove driver, try this: cd /usr/share/ati Then: sudo sh ./fglrx-uninstall.sh Solution found here.


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You can ask the X server to use only 8-bit depth. In your /etc/X11/xorg.conf file: Section "Screen" Identifier "Screen0" DefaultDepth 8 EndSection


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Just find another theme with a bigger close button here http://box-look.org/?xcontentmode=7402 If you intend to keep the current theme, you must replace those three icons by hand, enlarge it. You should find your current theme in ~/.themes/NAME/openbox/ The rc.xml is irreverent from this.



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