[openbox] launcher which can remove decor / place windows

cyrax at b0rken.dk cyrax at b0rken.dk
Mon Nov 24 17:50:46 EST 2003

On Mon, Nov 24, 2003 at 05:42:01PM -0500, Ben Jansens wrote:
> > 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 have been an outdated debian-package tho...).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)?
> Depends what you mean by remember.
> If you mean if it can save your session and restore it, it does remember the
> various states of all your programs.

I have a clock I wish to start in the rightmost upper corner of the
screen when I log in...

> > If I want to make a keyboard sequens to remove decor, what action should
> > I use?
> You would use the action where you read your Openbox config file and/or run
> your webbrowser and read the documentation on the Openbox config file.

Oh, it _is_ on the homepage (it wasn't in the conf-file). Thanks!

// Mark Gjøl
Is it better to abide by the rules until they're changed or help speed the change by breaking them?
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