Re: How to specify desktop location from the command line?

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On Sunday, 11 February 2024 23:40:34 CET Patrick O'Callaghan wrote:
> As someone interested in the same problem (basically, getting a
> specific set of windows to start on a specific set of desktops when I
> log in), I'm not sure I know what that means.


- Open Dolphin
- Right click on a window title bar
- More Actions -> Configure Special Window Application Settings
- Add Property
- (Search for whatever property you want, in this example: Position)
- Set to "Apply Initially"
- Click "OK"

Now every Dolphin window will open at the same exact spot ( Notice you might 
need a property for the screen as well)

Hope that helps.

Best regards,


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