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I want to start Thunderbird on a specific Desktop at startup of KDE.

I found the autostart settings but I did not find any option to start the program on a different Desktop.

How can I do this? Is there a command to start a program on a different Desktop that I could execute from a script at startup?

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Right click on titlebar ot ThunderBird, click More Actions -> Special Application Settings -> Size & Position. Check the box to the left of Desktop, select 'Apply Initially' or 'Force' (depending on whether you might move it later) in the first dropdown, then the desktop you want in the second dropdown.

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