cola at looze.net
Thu Nov 25 01:37:02 CET 2004
I know this is of no help but - since I have this 'problem' a lot - I
prefer to use X without *any* windowmanager. I put some xterms on screen
( preferably with different colours for different tasks etc...) and the
pd gui using my .xinitrc file; the --geometry 100+40+0+0 option is what
you need for this :)
however, the older version of enlightenment (6 I guess) has this built
in the options for each window and can 'remember' those settings.
Blackbox has some extra utils where you can bind 'remove window
decorations' to a short-key.
anyway, I prefer the .xinitrc approach. make one that works for your
performance, and just replace your regular .xinitrc with that when you
Matthew Allen wrote:
> This is going to be window manager territory. Most WM should allow you
> to set an existing window to have no border/decorations, and maybe
> even set up some rules to make all of a certain app type draw without
> I currently use wmi (wmi.modprobe.de) and I have a hotkey set up to do this.
> On Wed, 24 Nov 2004 22:44:40 +0100, Marc Boon <marcboon at dds.nl> wrote:
>>Is there any way to get a true fullscreen pdp-xv window, without any borders
>>I guess I could try to use a windowmanager wich offers this (suggestions for
>>this route are welcome too), but I wonder if there is a pd way to do this for
>>just the output window of my pd-pdp project.
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