Hi.

Setting the sticky bit for some X11 window is so common for me
that I've spent it a separate keyboard shortcut.

I'm using XFCE, there keyboard shortcuts are found within the settings
for "Window Manager". My choice is Ctrl-Escape, while Alt-Escape puts a
window to the back.
I've also activated the Stick-Button within the Button layout in
Window Manager Style. It's nice to have.


Best regards,   Andreas


On 20.07.2015 11:50, mario@tiscali wrote:
> Thank you for the advice.
>
> I tried compiling devilspie - it has dependencies for packages not
> available on my system. This is a company owned workstation and I am not
> authorized to add packages.
> I imagine this is common for professional users. That's why I am looking
> for a solution inside zim.
>
> I see your point about platform specific extensions. But such an option
> could be conditionally available only when running on Linux, or might be
> implemented via a plug-in, don't know.
>
> As I understand the mod is close to one liner code change, I would be
> happy to apply it locally if I only knew where to change the source.
>
> Thanks anyway,
> mario
>
> On 07/20/2015 11:06 AM, SultansOfSwing wrote:
>> Hello,
>>
>> Personally I would refrain from implementing such platform-specific
>> thing (you know, all platforms except Linux don't have a ) into Zim. I'd
>> suggest to use a Linux tool to speak to your window manager, for
>> instance 'devilspie' should fulfill all your window-managing needs.
>>
>> Regards,
>> SultansOfSwing.
>>
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