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WinCommand - AfterStep module for choosing and manipulating windows based on patterns
WinCommand is a command line tool which allows you to select windows based on their name
and to then manipulate them in various ways. Actions currently supported are: "center",
"center jump", "iconify", "jump", "kill", "move", "resize" and "sendtodesk".
The default pattern is "", meaning all windows will be selected.
All other default-values depend on the action you would like WinCommand to take. If more
than one action is specified, default-values are set depending on the last action
Place matching windows into the center of the screen.
Places first window that matches into the center of the screen and jumps to it.
Iconifies matching windows.
Jumps to the first window which matches.
Kills all matching windows.
Moves all matching windows to x/y. x and y are specified using the -x and -y flags.
Resize all matching windows. The two parameters width and height are specified
using the -width and -height flags.
Send all matching windows to desk specified with the -new_desk flag.
Operate on all windows which match the given pattern. This is set by default unless
the action is either "jump" or "center jump".
Windows on all desks will be taken into account. This is set by default if action
is either "jump" or "center jump".
Windows on the whole desk will be taken into account.
These are required when issuing the move-command.
These are required whenever you want to resize windows.
Examples WinCommand -pattern term iconify
This command will iconify all terminals. Since the specified pattern is a regular
expression, something like this also works:
WinCommand -pattern "(term)|(moz)" iconify
This will iconify all terminals and mozilla-browser windows.
WinCommand -pattern xmm jump
will jump to your xmms. In this situation, it's far more advisable to use GWCommand
It is probably not a good idea to delete windows while windows are being arranged.
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