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Notes: I don't have a numpad and so I'm using different shortcuts than what you use. You need to install xdotool from the repository. It can simulate key presses. This will probably not work in a Wayland session. In System Settings > Shortcuts > Global Shortcuts > Kwin, I set Super+Ctrl+Down to "Pack Window Down" and Super+Ctrl+Right to "Pack Window ...


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I think the solution is that you are not saving your current active window ID. From this page xdotool getactivewindow > ~/.window_id for ((i = 0; i < nWebsite; i = i + 1)); do (firefox -new-tab "${WebsiteString[i]}" > /dev/null 2>&1 &) xdotool windowfocus $(cat ~/.window_id) xdotool windowactivate $(cat ~/.window_id) ...


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I ended up finding a port of winwatch, a tool I used to run on Plan 9. I made some slight modifications to make it display more useful window titles but otherwise it's fine as-is. https://github.com/floren/winwatch is the modified version.


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I use fvwm, but I just tried LXPanel and it worked well with my window manager so might be what you need. By default it lies across the bottom of the screen, but you can configure it (with right click) to be vertical on the right or left edge. It has a slot for each window showing the title, or the title in [] if it is iconified. You can click on these to ...


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