Looks nice is this possible :
When I startup I want a fullscreen ( F11 without menubar and gnome-panel ) gnome-terminal on desktop 1.
I want it to use the gnome-terminal-profile name ' StartUp '
When I manually start up a gnome-terminal I want it to behave normal ( not fullscreen, with menubar, using the profile 'PingunZ' and with a gnome-panel)
Would someone be so kind to create a script for me ?
or tell me if its possible/some tips/ ..
hmm apparently not.
Basically, I see no problem with doing that. Launch gnome-terminal with the correct profile on startup, and sset that profile to include the profile name in the window title, and to drop the menu bar.
It should work similar to this:
Then select PinguinZ as the default profile and it should work like you described it. I didn't test it though, so there might be an error somewhere.Code:(if (and (contains (window_role) "gnome-terminal") (contains (window_name) "StartUp")) (begin (set_workspace 1) (fullscreen)))
When I try to run devilspie, I get a message that says,"No s-expressions loaded, quiting". I think that's because I have my .xml document in my home directory? If that's the problem, can you tell me where to put it, if not, then what I did wrong? I tried replacing what I did with your example, it still didn't work.
devilspie tries to locate .ds files in ~/.devilspie directory. You need to create your scripts and then save as script1.ps, script2.ps, etc and put these files in the .devilspie directory in your $HOME folder and devilspie will auto-load these files on startup.
Try putting the default s-expressions into the directory as .ds files like kpkeerthi said, if it still doesn't work ask again and I'll take another look.
Oh thanks, works beautifully now.
devilspie really is great and works fine with Firefox etc.
problem with Radrails:
But I can't get a program called Radrails (IDE for Rails) to go to a specific workspace.
Do you've any suggestions?
my radrails.ds file in $HOME/.devilspie:
(if (is (application_name) "radrails") (set_workspace 2))