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Is there a terminal command that will allow you to specify which desktop you want to open an application to? What I want to do is put links to a ...
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    kpager question


    Is there a terminal command that will allow you to specify which desktop you want to open an application to? What I want to do is put links to a few of my favorite apps in ~/.kde/Autostart and have them open on startup, onto separate kpager desktops. (for instance I have different desktops for web, e-mail, and music, so my web browser opens to the "web" desktop, the e-mail program to the "e-mail" desktop, and my mp3 player to the "music" desktop).

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    in session manage ( control center ), enable 'restore previous session' on Login. keep applications open in all desktops. logout.... next time, on Log in, applications will be open in their respective desktops.




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