> I have a PC with Slackware3.5 running X w. fvwm2 at 800x600. In ~/.fvwm2rc I
> have commented out the pager, fvwmbuttons, and my screen is 1x1. I launch
> apps from the left button menu and always run them at full screen. I switch
> between multiple apps by putting the cursor at the bottom or left edge and
> using the right button popup menu.
> I have been all over ~/.fvwm2rc (and the man page) and can't figure: when I
> launch an app (Netscape, Xterm, whatever) how can I get it to automatically
> launch "full screen" right out to the edges? I have to hit the "maximize"
> button in the upper right corner with everything--some apps even launch
> partway off screen and need to be dragged back in before I can maximize them
> to fit the screen.
customize both size and position for any window app. RTFMP Read The
The quick answer is look for ~/new.xinitrc. I remember reading about itQuote:
> If I shut down with several apps open, should the "modules | save desktop"
> menu item keep them as they were? (it doesn't).
I personally like my pager set to more than 1x1. I would rather NOT haveQuote:
> BTW, how do most people switch between apps in X w. fvwm2? Is the "cursor at
> the edge to get a menu" method common?
cluttered desktop. It's too limiting, like the other OS desktops. I
rather work in a more organized fashion. Leave the caos to others.
If you had set the sort order of mc window to modified date you couldQuote:
> I'm also finding that mc in an xterm window is actually better than xfm or
'~/new.xinitrc' file real fast.