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List windows, choose one to move to the current workspace When the script below is called, it will list all windows on all workspaces. Pick one and press OK to move the window to the current workspace and raise it. By default, it moves the window to position 100 (x), 100 (y) The script is relatively simple as a result of the use of both wmctrl and xdotool. ...
The fun part of "home made products" is always that you can make it pretty much exactly as you like. The possible downside is that you easily get carried away a bit by a project if it is nice to work on... That might be the case with the script below :). While I would have preferred to add a detailed explanation on how it works "under the hood", this is a ...
You can achieve that with gdevilspie
To change your icewm configuration from the default, simply copy the default configuration files from /usr/share/icewm/ to ~/.icewm/, for example: mkdir ~/.icewm/ cp -R /usr/share/icewm/* ~/.icewm/ preferences – is the core configuration file for IceWM. menu – controls the contents of the IceWM application menu. keys – allows the user to customize ...
Problem solved! Right-click the Window Decoration (Upper Window Border) => Layer => Always on top Credit goes to "drooly" at the LXDE forums
Tentative answers: I've just discovered http://www.webupd8.org/2013/07/fuzzy-window-switcher-for-ubuntu.html which links to https://github.com/XCMer/fuzzy-window-switcher .. this looks promising. The comments at webupd8 also point out that the Compiz Scale plugin has similar functionality. Start typing and the window thumbnails are narrowed to match the ...
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