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regarding fvwm: FvwmProxy Group AutoInclude does not work
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FvwmProxy Group AutoInclude does not work
Tue, 23 Jun 2009 13:54:19 -0500
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Version: 2.5.21 to current
utomatic grouping of windows with FvwmProxy (a rather new feature I
wanted to try) does not work. Manual grouping works, though.
You can try:
Then paste into FvwmConsole:
DestroyModuleConfig FvwmProxy: *
*FvwmProxy: Width 250
*FvwmProxy: Height 140
*FvwmProxy: ShowMiniIcons true
*FvwmProxy: EnterSelect true
*FvwmProxy: ProxyMove true
*FvwmProxy: ProxyIconified true
*FvwmProxy: Action Click2 Move
*FvwmProxy: Action ModifierRelease 4M SendToModule FvwmProxy Hide
*FvwmProxy: Group "Gimp" Include "Gimp"
*FvwmProxy: Group "Gimp" AutoInclude
Windows matching "Gimp" will not be grouped automatically (they don't
move/iconify in unison and the edges are not glued together as they do
when they are grouped manually by selecting a coloured group).
Ralph's Observation: It is a mistake to let any mechanical object
realise that you are in a hurry.
Manoj Srivastava <[email protected]> <http://www.golden-gryphon.com/>
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