I'm running Kubuntu 14.04 and I'd like to have some apps to automatically be launched on all desktops and not only the current one.
As an example, I work on a dual screen and usually I have a Konsole open on my second screen, taking either the full screen, or half, or a quarter depending on what I'm doing. But almost always I want this Konsole to appear on all my four virtual desktops.
Another example would be the new Google Hangout for Chrome plugin with the latest Chrome (35.0) conversations are bound to the desktop you open them on, I constantly have to
right click → Move to desktop → All desktops.
Is there a way to configure such apps to always run on all desktops ?
It seems that in the settings I could use the Window Behavior (personal translation, it may be called differently) panel to ensure that some app behave in a particular manner.
It could work for the Konsole example as the name of the window is consistently
* - Konsole but for the Hangout one the window name is the person's full name. Any idea for this one ?