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Old 12-15-2003, 04:51 AM   #1
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Question fluxbox window position


Just installed fluxbox, and wow it's cool!
Only one (so far) thing annoys me:

I have the toolbar positioned on the top of the screen, and when I start an application, it either covers the toolbar, or hides its own menubar behind the toolbar.

I tried to find settings for the position of new windows, but all I found was 'top left' for example. Is there a way to have the new windows open at a slightly different position?

Thnx, Leon.
 
  


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