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It can be done very well, but you need some understanding on Unity/viewports. I hope the story below is understandable, if not, please leave a comment. The script below can be used to open a window of any application on any of your viewports, on any position, if you run it with the right arguments. The script is an edited version of this one, but now ...
Sounds like you're looking for xdotool or wmctrl. These are tools that let you script various interactions with the GUI. Both can be installed from the repositories, you can use whichever one you prefer: sudo apt-get install wmctrl xdotool My display is 1920 x 1080, so 1/3rd width would be 640. To place the active window at the left side of the screen, ...
Try this if this helps but make a copy first of this file beginning with ".ICE*" and paste the copy into gedit editor and save this as different name-file ... then do this in terminal : rm .ICE* and reboot your machine off-line.
First login into tty by pressing CTRL+ALT+1 Note: Press ALT+7 to came out from tty Solution 1: Reset the Unity and Compiz Download Unity Reset tool from here. Note: It should work with Ubuntu 14.04, 13.10 and 13.04. Reset Unity using the following command $ unity-reset Solutiom 2: Reinstall Ubuntu Desktop (i.e Unity) sudo apt-get install ...
I have the same problems after add xorg-edgers and upgrade all. I fixed it by follow command: sudo apt-get install --reinstall libgl1-mesa-glx libgl1-mesa-dri xserver-xorg-core xserver-xorg-video-nouveau Hope that will solve you problems.
Unfortunately, mutter (the GNOME compositor) is not customizable at all. Why they thought this was a good idea is anyone's guess, as I find the typical compositor functionality as expressed in Compiz and KDE's compositor very useful, especially the desktop cube.
The script is now bundled with Unity Tweak Tool. You can install it using sudo add-apt-repository ppa:freyja-dev/unity-tweak-tool-daily sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install unity-tweak-tool To reset Unity, do unity-tweak-tool --reset-unity
I'm putting this here for those like me, who got this far and ended up with no minimize and maximize on windows borders. I found the solution on the Arch Linux forums: Installing the stable version of compiz got gtk-window-decorator working > again, but now I have no minimize or maximize buttons on any gtk theme > (only a close button), and ...
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