Re: Scripting the Gnome Window manager

Le mardi 06 mai 2008, à 10:34 -0400, Thomas Thurman a écrit :
> Ysgrifennodd quixote72:
> > I am a recent Ubuntu convert. One of the things I miss from my Windows days
> > is the hability to define new keyboard shortcuts and use them to manipulate
> > open windows (essentially moving the focused window to specific regions of
> > the screen). On Windows I used the excellent AutoHotKey software to do this.
> > How would I go about doing that sort of thing in gnome? I am a developer and
> > would be happy to hack my own solution if needed. 
> > 
> > Any pointers to the relevant gnome API's or alternatively existing software
> > would be greatly appreciated.
> As well as Devil's Pie (as Calum suggested), much of this is 
> done via EWMH: look into a program called "wmctrl" which makes 
> sending EMWH messages much easier.

Or look at wnckprop for an alternative to wmcrtl :-)


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