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Old 10-07-2003, 11:55 AM   #1
neophile
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Xvnc Positioning


Hello all,
I have been attempting to script how my vncviewer windows show up when spawned so they do not overlap. As of now both show up at the center of the screen one directly on top of another. For end users, I'd like them to appear separated. So far I've tried setting the Xvnc geometry flag to -geometry 1024x768-x-y, but that has not changed anything. Any suggestions? Alternately, is there any way to script virtually "moving" the windows with the mouse? Thanks.

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