Keeping an app fixed on a specific workspace
samuel.verstraete at gmail.com
Mon Aug 27 20:49:46 CEST 2007
no... what he should do is read the documentation... there it clearly
says that there is a hidden option that controls this behaviour.
On 8/27/07, Mathias Brodala <info at noctus.net> wrote:
> Hi Joost.
> Joost Kremers, 27.08.2007 18:24:
> > Right now, if I middle-click on a link in Terminal, or call emacsclient
> > from e.g. mutt or slrn, the app being called (Firefox or Emacs,
> > respectively), is moved to the workspace Terminal is on. I'd like to
> > disable this, because it messes up my work habit... (I have every app on a
> > workspace of its own, so that I always know where my apps are.)
> You should give Devil's Pie a try. I don't know of a way using Xfce's apps alone.
> Regards, Mathias
>  http://burtonini.com/blog/computers/devilspie
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