[Pkg-wmaker-devel] Bug#181735: wmaker: Disregards window placement rules when placing window in non-active workspace

Doug Torrance dtorrance at piedmont.edu
Wed Jan 20 15:02:27 UTC 2016

Control: tags -1 fixed-upstream

On Thu, 20 Feb 2003 01:33:31 -0800 Andrew Gorcester <andrewsg at eml.cc> wrote:
 > When placing a window in a non-active workspace (which usually happens
 > if the user asks for a program to be started when wmaker is launched,
 > and defines an initial workspace in the window's attributes dialog),
 > Windowmaker doesn't follow specified rules on window placement.
 > All windows of programs that don't manage their own window placement
 > (Gaim manages placement itself, for instance) are placed in the far
 > upper-left corner. Usually windows originate from 64, 64, because the
 > clip occupies the upper-left corner by default.

The fix has appeared in the upstream git [1] and should appear in the 
next release.


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