[openbox] launcher which can remove decor / place windows

cyrax at b0rken.dk cyrax at b0rken.dk
Mon Nov 24 17:04:51 EST 2003

On Sun, Nov 23, 2003 at 10:16:41PM -0500, Kacper Wysocki wrote:
> On 11/23/03 19:51:46, cyrax at b0rken.dk wrote:
> >The subject really says it all... Is there a launcher for openbox
> >which
> >can launch programs (like dclock) without adding the theme  
> >decorations
> >(it's possible to remove them when the program is running, but when I
> >launch it at every startup I'd be in my way)? It'd also be neat if
> >there
> >were some way I could specify where the program should appear, since
> >I'd
> >like the clock to be in the upper rightmost corner, and not just some
> >random place on the screen.
> Yes, I believe devilspie will suit your needs.

No, that didn't do the trick... Actually it hardly did anything (may
have been an outdated debian-package tho...). Is it possible to make
openbox remember various states for selected programs (ie. sticky state,
position, decor and so on)?

If I want to make a keyboard sequens to remove decor, what action should
I use?

// Mark Gjøl
Is it better to abide by the rules until they're changed or help speed the change by breaking them?
-- http://b0rken.dk
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