Questions about: window-manager

The vast majority of laptops come with a built-in touchpad as the primary input device for controlling the on-screen cursor. However, most users prefer to use an external mouse as it is easier to use than the touchpad. In this case it is useful to di
Enable Compiz Desktop Cube in Ubuntu 12. 10 Quantal/Ubuntu 12. 04 Precise/Ubuntu 11
by Eric Last Updated March 12, 2017 01:02 AM When I log in Ubuntu, I would like all windows opened at previous session (terminal and Firefox mainly) to be re-opened automatically at the same size and position. How to proceed? Answers 10 For 11. 04 an
If you want @wulftone (or others), at least until Cinnamon maybe add this possibility later, here is the script I personally use for that (found I don't know anymore where on the web): NEW LINK —AGAIN—: http://pastebin. com/zjFaRh28(updated version a
I know that using Alt-F7, I can use the keyboard to move the window around. I can also use the “Grid” plugin of Compiz to position quickly the window around my current monitor. The grid plugin doesn’t seem work across monitor however
Answer #: 1 First, install wmctrl: sudo apt-get install wmctrl if you haven’t installed it already. Then, run wmctrl -m. man wmctrl says in part, -m Display information about the window manager
Gimp is nice, but the one thing that drives me nuts is that everything floats around in front of each other, often hiding the main window and forcing me to minimize all open windows until I find the one floating window that I am looking for. I’d like
Answer #: 1 As others have mentioned, it depends on the theme. Try a few out. What I frequently do instead is hold down Alt and middle-click and drag to resize, which works anywhere on the window