gkrellm + kstart breaks geometry options

Frank Baumeister haga.chan at web.de
Mon Feb 3 09:00:54 GMT 2003

On Monday 03 February 2003 04:46, Chris Jensen wrote:
> Hi,
> I've had this problem in successive versions of KDE ever since I
> upgraded to version 3.0 (now on 3.1).
> I like to start gkrellm and specify -g so that it appears in the
> bottom left of the screen, but I also like to use kstart to specify
> that it appears on all desktops and some other stuff, the full
> command line is: kstart --window gkrellm --alldesktops --ontop
> --skippager --skiptaskbar gkrellm -g +0+374
> If I just run
> gkrellm -g +0+374
> then it works fine, but if I run kstart with all those options,
> then it gets placed by kde's "smart" placement, instead of where I
> want. Is there a way I can get all these things to happen, or
> should I be submitting a bug report/feature request?

Try 'kstart --geometry' instead of 'gkrellm -g'.

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