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#1108 window positioning with wmctrl is broken

v1.3.6
closed-fixed
Mathias Gumz
None
5
2014-07-22
2014-07-09
Bob Hepple
No

This command is supposed to place the window at the left of the display (and it works with other WM's such as KDE):

wmctrl -i -r <window-id> -e 0,0,-1,-1,-1

With fluxbox, the first call does the positioning correctly. If it is repeated (ie if no movement is needed) the window height grows!!!

NB you can get the window id with xwininfo

Discussion

  • Mathias Gumz
    Mathias Gumz
    2014-07-22

    • status: open --> open-accepted
    • assigned_to: Mathias Gumz
     
  • Mathias Gumz
    Mathias Gumz
    2014-07-22

    • status: open-accepted --> closed-fixed
    • Group: v1.3.5 --> v1.3.6