Re: sawfish doesn't remember

On Tue, Dec 04, 2007 at 12:19:30AM +0100, Vegard Vesterheim wrote:
> On Mon, 3 Dec 2007 15:28:59 +0000 (UTC) Gary <gwitscher sbcglobal net> wrote:
> A somewhat primitive method is to add the following in your X-session
> startup (.xinitrc or equivalent):

Sawfish executes ~/.sawfish/rc on a startup and you can put there
any sawfish code you desire.  So .xinitrc hacks are not required.
Various windows geometry will end up in ~/.sawfish/custom if you
will use "match" GUI and put specifications there.

So, for example, this was written "automatically" in 'custom';
(custom-set-typed-variable (quote match-window-profile) (quote
((((WM_CLASS . "^Clock/rclock$")) (position 160 . 55) (dimensions 75
. 75) (ignored . #t) (sticky . #t) (window-list-skip . #t))
(((WM_NAME . "^panel$")) (sticky-viewport . #t) (cycle-skip . #t)
(window-list-skip . #t) (task-list-skip . #t)))) (quote
match-window) (quote sawfish.wm.ext.match-window))

and this starts that application in 'rc'

(system "maybe-restart rclock -mailspawn launchmail -mail 30 -bg lightgray &")

'maybe-restart' is simple shell script which checks if a given
program is already running so you will not launch multiple instances
by hitting "Restart" on a sawfish menu.


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