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Ok, I'm running Fedora 13 KDE, and I have Rainlendar running on startup. However, since it doesn't always startup immediately with my computer, I will have already switched to another desktop and started working. Then when it finally loads it loads up on my current desktop.

Is there a way to force it to only open on my Desktop 1?

EDIT: Before someone says it, I know you can change the specific window settings, but it's Rainlendar, so I don't know how you'd even access that system menu for it or where else to go to apply it.

Thanks!

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Edited by 31337 - 3/26/11 at 7:30am
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i know its on omgubuntu, but it should still work on fedora, you might have to swap metacity for compiz tho.
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i know its on omgubuntu, but it should still work on fedora, you might have to swap metacity for compiz tho.
Oh, hey sorry, I forgot about this thread after I read your response the first time. Read that and that gave me an idea of how to do it in Kwin that works. Thanks, +rep
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Oh, hey sorry, I forgot about this thread after I read your response the first time. Read that and that gave me an idea of how to do it in Kwin that works. Thanks, +rep
for whatever reason i missed that you were using KDE

yeah kwin and compiz do share a lot of similarities...sorry for the confusion, should've read the OP better but i'm glad you got it sorted.
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