How to specify workspace when starting a program?
chris at areti.co.uk
Mon Jun 6 23:29:28 CEST 2005
On Mon, Jun 06, 2005 at 06:44:51PM +0200, Kristoffer wrote:
> On Mon, 06 Jun 2005 10:05:56 +0200, Chris Green <chris at areti.co.uk> wrote:
> >Thanks for the various ideas everyone.
> >I *still* think it should simply be a standard "X window manager"
> >option on the application's command line in the same way as the
> >-geometry options are standardised.
> >I am trying devilspie at the moment, it's OK but there is one drastic
> >disadvantage which had me very confused for a while. If you set the
> >geometry and window position using devilspie it (of course) sets the
> >same geometry and window position for multiple windows of the same
> >application. This makes it somewhat useless for Firefox for example
> >as every new browser window and/or pop up window is the same size and
> >in the same place. Thus I have turned off the window sizing and
> >positioning for firefox.
> >Devilspie is otherwise OK but I find it a bit distracting that
> >applications start up in the current window and then get whisked off
> >to the one you've set in devilspie.
> wmctrl doesn't work for this? it's not a sassy question, im seriously
> wondering :)
It may well work and I will be trying it soon, it's just that I tried
devilspie first. Reading about wmctrl it does sound as if it may suit
me better than devilspie.
Chris Green (chris at areti.co.uk)
"Never ascribe to malice that which can be explained by incompetence."
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