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set up windows on a workspace

I'd like to set up a command that can restore all of my windows after a reboot. I typically have a set of windows per workspace (multiple monitors) for a particular task. After I reboot (which is ...
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0answers
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Open Window in Specific Workspace [duplicate]

I have made a keyboard shortcut for Firefox like so: keyboard/shortcuts/customized shortcuts/ command line :firefox new accelerator: Alt+f I can open a Firefox window by pressing Alt+E, ...
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1answer
477 views

Change Ubuntu 12.04 (with Gnome) number of workspaces via command line

I'm trying to change the number of workspaces on my Ubuntu 12.04 with Gnome from a terminal. It's easily done by right clicking on the workspaces preview in the panel, but I would like to be able to ...
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1answer
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How to open a program to a particular workspace (say3) from the terminal?

I want to open firefox from terminal to workspace number 3, is there any command for this? i know that to launch an application i neeed to use this command : sudo firefox & Now i want the ...
3
votes
2answers
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How can I configure the terminator terminal to always be on top?

I was able to set up the terminal to expand the whole monitor width but I would like for it to stay on the top of the screen even if I go to another workspace. If I hit F12 to drop it down when I am ...
2
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5answers
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Gnome Terminal not showing up in unity, Why?

I am using Ubuntu 12.04, how do I see the applications open on different workspaces. The issue that I am having is that I have opened 3 instances gnome-terminal and have minimized them; the unity ...
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1answer
2k views

Is It possible to make workspaces in Unity act like they do in GNOME Shell?

I was using GNOME Shell but switched back to Unity due to the amount of screen space I lost using shell. One thing I miss from Shell is the workspace switcher it uses compared to Unity's and IMO, it ...
2
votes
1answer
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Is it possible to open applications in a terminal and have them load on a particular workspace?

Is it possible to open applications in a terminal and have them load on particular workspace? To be clear, what I mean is as follows: Let's say I would like to open up banshee, I run the banshee ...
2
votes
2answers
2k views

Is there any way to specify which workspace and/or window to launch a program into?

I asked a related, but more specific, question here. I want to know if there is a way to specify where you want a program to launch. I basically want to write a shell script which is launched every ...
3
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1answer
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How do I change the window titles (as used by wmctrl)

I am using wmctrl to move applications after I have launched them such that I do not have to do this manually for, for example, several text editors and web browsers and pdf viewers and terminals. I ...
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4answers
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Is there a command to go a specific workspace?

I'm trying to make a quicklist on the Workspace Switcher launcher that allows for quick switching to a certain workspace. (My friend sometimes uses my computer and just doesn't enjoy keyboard ...
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vote
1answer
120 views

Why do (some )apps open in random workspaces when started from command line?

In a gnome-terminal, I started Blender (any app would do, though I didn't many others) followed by an ampersand. Nothing happened! Some minutes later, discovered it had indeed opened, but was in a ...
8
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7answers
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how to shift applications from workspace 1 to 2 using command

Is there any way I can switch the application running in one workspace to another on command line? I use Ubuntu 10.04 UPDATE1 As per suggestions below wmctrl -l 0x02200003 -1 bond Bottom ...
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5answers
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way to detect which workspace you are currently in from the command line

I'm trying to figure out how to get the workspace number from a terminal script in gnome. Any ideas?