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I was wondering if someone can tell me how to start "kpager" with no window decorations. The result would be only the kpager program without the title bar and the maximize minimize buttons... etc.
I found a way to do that on the internat before but I forgot it. It used a KDE command line option when starting kpager (or any other application with a gui) that can start any application with no window decorations.
I just spent 2 hours looking for this vital peace of information on the internet but I couldn't find it. Someone MUST add an option in the kpager configuration to do this or at least put it in the "KPager Handbook".
could someone please help me
Last edited by thunder3000; 10-05-2004 at 01:31 AM.
I was wondering the same thing the other day. There must be a way to get kpager to run with no windows. It should actually be the default setting. Like when you start blener, it starts with no window and in full screen mode. But is you type
it starts in a window like a normal program.