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Only minimize windows on one screen The script below can be used to (only) minimize windows on the left screen or only on the right screen. The script is run with either 1 or 2 as argument, depending on which screen you'd like to minimize the windows. The script #!/usr/bin/env python3 import subprocess import sys scr = sys.argv def get(cmd): ...
These actions already exist for the Window Manager of XFCE/Xubuntu, it's a matter of binding them to proper keys! You can do this through the GUI. Just go to Settings, Window Manager, and click the Shortcuts tab. The actions you are looking for are named Tile window to the left, Tile window to the top-right, etc.
It is possible to use startx to start an xwindows server, then run the game. This may not provide a good experience as some services may not have been started. Choosing a lite-weight windows monitor such as is provide by the lubuntu or xubuntu installations may provide a better experience without a significant performance impact. Disabling widgets may ...
I was having problems with "click focus" as well, mainly with Chrome (not using system title bar) and Guake and what did the trick for me was setting from dconf-editor, org.gnome.desktop.wm.preferences values as follows: auto-rise: on focus-mode: click focus-new-windows: strict (*) mouse-button-modifier: default (*) It seems to affect the focus behaviour ...
Short answer: no, you cannot. Not easily, at least. The the items in your list aren't discrete, separate, window managers. Item #1 for instance (rox-fluxbox) relies on an antix script to both initiate a fluxbox (window manager) session and set rox as desktop manager. The underlying script also sets rox-filer as preferred file manager and handles any session ...
Figured it out. I was using Maté before; and Compiz was my preferred window manager. So, I had it set up to run "compiz --replace" on startup. KDE doesn't need it, of course; and when it ran, it hijacked keyboard shortcuts. Now that I've disabled it, everything's running smoothly.
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