[openbox] Roll up all windows?

Tim Ziegele tactx at web.de
Tue Sep 14 12:58:31 EDT 2004

On Tue, 2004-09-14 at 18:48, Jeremy C. Reed wrote:
> On 14 Sep 2004, Tim Ziegele wrote:
> > I've read through the documentation but didn't find an action with which
> > I can "roll up" all windows on a desktop. Have I missed the action in
> > the documentation? If not, how could I do this?
> I have also been wondering about that.
> I used the wmctrl command to toggle the shaded state, like:
> wmctrl -l | cut -d " " -f 1 | while read WIN ; do
>    wmctrl -i -r ${WIN} -b toggle,shaded ; done
> But that doesn't roll up all, because it unshades those already shaded.
> I could not tell if wmctrl can output the current states, then I could
> have a simple script to just shade those not shaded yet. Anyone know of a
> tool to show the states?
> By the way, fbpanel has a button for shading/unshading. But fbpanel has
> been unstable for me.

Hi and thanks for the extrafast reply ;)

Too bad the wmctrl solution doesn't work. If anyone has a solution to
help us I'd be very pleased since this is the only option I need for my
perfect Openbox3 desktop.

Fbpanel isn't an option for me. I simply don't want/need a panel.



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