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Old 11-21-2004, 11:33 AM   #1
LavaDevil94
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Angry Remembering window settings in OpenBox


I recently switched to OpenBox, and everything is working fine except for remembering window settings. For example, when I want a window to start at a certain location on the screen, it starts in the middle, and I move it to the top. It stays there, but after restarting it, it appears at the center again (I use TwinView and like to play games, so it's important for the window to start in the right place). I've looked through the OpenBox documentation and did some web searching, but it's turned up blank. Any ideas?
 
  


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