On Kam, 2003-06-12 at 16:55, Sven Neumann wrote:
> Mirco Müller <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> writes:
> > I was just wondering if it is possible to have gimp (1.3.15)
> > start/open on a certain Gnome-workspace I set up. I have two
> > workspaces in my current Gnome environment. One is called "Main" and
> > the other "Gimp". Now I want to force gimp to workspace "Gimp" when I
> > start it from the foot-menu (no matter if the currently active
> > workspace is "Main" or "Gimp"). Is this possible? Or do I have to
> > write a dedicated startup-script in order to accomplish this? I've
> > searched with google for some time now. All the info I was able to
> > find on the recent Gnome 2.x desktop didn't help in regards to this
> > issue.
> This is not GIMP related at all, GIMP can not even do this since it
> doesn't know about workspaces. Workspaces are handled by the window
> manager, the application doesn't see them. If you use a featureful
> window manager such as for example Sawfish you can configure it to
> match GIMP windows and make them appear on a certain workspace.
Yes, it's true.
If your window manager is Metacity. You might want to try Devilspie.
Devilspie let you manage apps on certain desktops.
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