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Yes, you just install maximus... sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install maximus Then, open a run dialog Ctrl + F2 and type: maximus (you may have to log out and then back in) . Some windows like firefox will open with the window showing and all you have to do is use the mouse to tug down and then slam back up against the top panel to get it to go ...
Left click for menu. Hold it down, and navigate with the mouse to Debian -> Applications, and then you will have a list similar to Windows XP's list of applications. You should have a wireframe of the window appear, so place it somewhere on the desktop
In UBUNTU 14.04 LTS use in dconf syntax like <Alt><Super> Works well for me. BTW: If you set something wrong, it starts to move window on every click. Use to navigate to "Set to Default" button. And hit .
In a remote-control script for example, I managed to 'raise' Clementine from tray via D-Bus: qdbus org.mpris.clementine /org/mpris/MediaPlayer2 Raise This should work similarly with Spotify, as it supports the D-Bus protocol. The corresponding command would be: dbus-send --print-reply --dest=org.mpris.MediaPlayer2.spotify /org/mpris/MediaPlayer2 ...
It might be this bug in compiz. As far as I am aware of the current daily image of 15.04 should have this fixed. You could try that and see whether that helps.
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