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    Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    I've been switching heavily between KDE and Window Maker lately. It's weird how easy it is to configure stuff in Window Maker, whereas KDE is just too hard to figure out...

    This is the problem. I have a window. There are three things I want to do with that particular window.

    1) When I open a window list in KDE, that particular window shows up in the list. I don't want it to show up there. How do I configure this?

    2) Also, when I switch windows with my keyboard, that same window can get the focus and raise. How do I configure KDE so that when I switch windows with keyboard, that particular window doesn't get focus? Or, if it gets the focus, at least doesn't raise?

    3) And how do I make sure that particular window NEVER raises to top so that it NEVER covers any other windows? I have a focus follows mouse setting, so I can freely click the window and it still stays at bottom, but I'd like to make sure I never accidentally cover any other windows with that particular window (for example, when switching windows with keyboard, see question 2).

    I have a setup like this in WM, but how do I do it in KDE?

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    Um... anyone? ???

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    are we trying to hide a porno background or something?

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    Well, dump your bf and I might just come by and help you figure it out :P

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    Um, what are u talking about?

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    Well, NGene seems to become increasingly female - her questions didn't really makes sense to me, I have NO idea what it is she wants.. but I would like to help.

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    Those are some snazzy features. Not sure that KWM does those. Both KWM and Metacity are functional but that's about it.

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    [quote author=NGene link=board=6;threadid=6805;start=0#63713 date=1050053940]
    1) When I open a window list in KDE, that particular window shows up in the list. I don't want it to show up there. How do I configure this?
    [/quote]
    Are you talking about on different virtual desktops?

    2) Also, when I switch windows with my keyboard, that same window can get the focus and raise. How do I configure KDE so that when I switch windows with keyboard, that particular window doesn't get focus? Or, if it gets the focus, at least doesn't raise?
    Ask a KDE user for that one ;D

    3) And how do I make sure that particular window NEVER raises to top so that it NEVER covers any other windows? I have a focus follows mouse setting, so I can freely click the window and it still stays at bottom, but I'd like to make sure I never accidentally cover any other windows with that particular window (for example, when switching windows with keyboard, see question 2).

    I have a setup like this in WM, but how do I do it in KDE?
    Refer to previous answer :P

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    [quote author=Tyr_7BE link=board=6;threadid=6805;start=0#63883 date=1050453668]
    Those are some snazzy features. Not sure that KWM does those. Both KWM and Metacity are functional but that's about it.
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    Seems like you actually understood what I was talking about... or are you just pretending? :P

    Maybe I was using too WM'ish language in my post... let's say it differently: how do I make a window behave like it was just a part of the background picture? You know how a background picture is supposed to behave, right? Or a wallpaper, if you wish to use that stupid term?

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    Re:Skip window list, stay at bottom... How in KDE?!

    Uh, make it your background Not sure really, and not sure really why youd want a window to act like its not a window. Maybe the sticky? Try right clickin on the title bar and select "Configure Window Behavior" (if youre using KDE3 which I assume) . Theres a whole bunch of window actions to configure there, maybe that would help?

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