olvwm question

olvwm question

Post by Minton Brian » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00



I would like to know how to make a specific client under olvwm be 'sticky'.
Specifically, I am using xdaliclock -shape and would like to have it be
utomatically sticky.  Right now, i just have to select it and use the
STICK_UNSTICK_SELN function from a submenu... I read the man page for olvwmrc
but wasn't able to find how to bind an action to a specific window.  Any help
would be appreciated, and please email as well as post replies.

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 "Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased"  --Daniel 12:4

 
 
 

olvwm question

Post by Maiz » Wed, 27 Nov 1996 04:00:00



> I would like to know how to make a specific client under olvwm be 'sticky'.
> Specifically, I am using xdaliclock -shape and would like to have it be
> utomatically sticky.  Right now, i just have to select it and use the
> STICK_UNSTICK_SELN function from a submenu... I read the man page for olvwmrc
> but wasn't able to find how to bind an action to a specific window.  Any help
> would be appreciated, and please email as well as post replies.

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>  "Many shall run to and fro, and knowledge shall be increased"  --Daniel 12:4

Brian,
Add the following line to your .Xdefaults file and reload it using th
xrdb command or restarting your X server:
        olvwm.VirtualSticky:    xdaliclock

Of course, assuming your window name, or title is xdaliclock.
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Enjoy,
Maizo


 
 
 

1. olvwm question

Hi

Is this the right place for this query?  Maybe not???

Anyway I've just changed from olwm to olvwm.  In my .Xresources file I had:
        olwm.AutoRaise: true
which worked well (with an apprpriate delay obviously!)  Now windows are
_not_ automatically raised on receiving the focus, even though the olvwm
man page says all olwm resources will work the same.  I tried changing the
spec to olvwm.AutoRaise, etc but no joy.  Is there some other olvwm
resource that overrides the one above or have I missed something
completely?  Any ideas??

Cheers
Kevin

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Kevin Maguire           Dept Computer Science
Research Fellow         Queen's University of Belfast

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