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I want to be able to always make the terminal window pop-up with focus with the same keyboard shortcut.

I've found so far that if I right-click the window and go to More Actions > Window Shortcuts, it does exactly what I want.

The problem is, the shortcut doesn't survive the window close. I would like to find a way to make this permanent, even after reboot.

Please note that I'm not asking for a global keyboard shortcut to open the window, that is already correctly configured, I only want to give the focus to the window as the window shortcut does.

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Right click the window border > More actions > Special Window/Application Settings > Arrangement & Access tab

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KDE System Settings > Window Behavior > Window Rules

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Awesome, thanks a lot! I had even found that menu but I didn't know what the options were, I actually still have no idea what force actually means in this context, some clarification would be great but thanks a lot anyways! :) –  Trufa Oct 7 '13 at 17:21
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The KDE has the UserBase wiki: userbase.kde.org. The KWin Rules UserBase page: userbase.kde.org/KWin_Rules and the Attributes : userbase.kde.org/KWin_Rules_Window_Attributes . As a pdf file: docs.kde.org/stable/en/kde-workspace/kcontrol/windowspecific/… –  user26687 Oct 7 '13 at 20:26
    
That's pretty awesome, thanks a bunch! –  Trufa Oct 8 '13 at 10:46

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