[Wine] controlling where the app opens on screen

L. Rahyen research at science.su
Sun Dec 31 19:43:59 CST 2006

On Sunday December 31 2006 18:25, Jerry Geis wrote:
> I was hoping for a way to do this from the command line.
> Perhaps I want to run the same application twice at the same time
> so two windows are open and showing different things. Like two differnent
> power points.
> Also I am running GNOME.
> Is there no way to do this?

	If GNOME can choose smart positions for windows like KDE then this will be 
done automatically. Just see what settings your window manager have. For 
example, my resolution is 1280x1024. I'm opening two windows with 640 pixels 
width. If first window opens at left border of the screen then second window 
will be placed automatically at the right without overlapping.
	Also in KDE you can use DCOP for control windows from the command line. Don't 
know if this is possible with GNOME.

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