I'm trying to start different apps in different workspaces without using classes.
I have already tried the suggestion at start applications on specific workspaces when i3 starts
by including in
exec --no-startup-id i3-msg 'workspace 1; exec /usr/bin/firefox' exec --no-startup-id i3-msg 'workspace 2; exec /usr/bin/emacsclient -c'
But it opens both apps in same workspace (1).
How can I open Firefox in workspace 1 and Emacs in workspace 2?
- Not using classes so If I want to open another instance of the same app in a different workspace I should be able to do it.
Related but no duplicate: Start applications without class attribute on specific workspaces