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answered Is it possible to add multiple software sources at the same time?
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revised I have hidden and unreachable workspaces - how do I cancel them?
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answered index out of range?
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revised Key for expanding Application menu in Gnome-Classic for 14.04?
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revised Resizing window to a particular size
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answered Resizing window to a particular size
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comment Resizing window to a particular size
You are using the window-id, but not the option -i in the command. Change it to wmctrl -ir <window_id> -e 0,0,0,1280,720
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revised Output of xrandr shows 1024x768+1366+0; what does it mean and can I change it?
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comment Resizing window to a particular size
A question: it seems an options-menu window, which could very well be of a fixed size. Can you resize it manually? if not, wmctrl also will not be able to.
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revised Output of xrandr shows 1024x768+1366+0; what does it mean and can I change it?
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revised Output of xrandr shows 1024x768+1366+0; what does it mean and can I change it?
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answered Output of xrandr shows 1024x768+1366+0; what does it mean and can I change it?