What if your favorite web pages would arrange themselves on your desktop and enable new workflow by exchanging "just" text, including URLs?🤔— Fabien Benetou (@utopiah) May 23, 2021
Relying on Firefox kiosk mode, KWin Window Rules and identifying windows by URL parameters stored ... on a web page too. pic.twitter.com/X1hPOPXoeD
[PIM forced behavior 1] Description=PIM forced behavior 1 fullscreenrule=2 noborder=true noborderrule=2 position=600,300 positionrule=2 size=800,500 sizerule=2 title=kwintest1 titlematch=2 types=1 wmclass=firefox wmclasscomplete=true wmclassmatch=2 [PIM forced behavior 2] Description=PIM forced behavior 2 fullscreenrule=2 noborder=true noborderrule=2 position=1400,300 positionrule=2 size=800,500 sizerule=2 title=kwintest2 titlematch=2 types=1 wmclass=firefox wmclasscomplete=true wmclassmatch=2
Loaded via WindowsSetup?action=source and direclty via the CLI
for P in $(curl -s https://fabien.benetou.fr/PIMVRdata/WindowsSetup?action=source | grep -v "^#"); do firefox -P PIMWM -kiosk --new-window $P & done. Note that the specific profile might not be required but kiosk mode seems finicky and could be applied to an existing instance.
My notes on Tools gather what I know or want to know. Consequently they are not and will never be complete references. For this, official manuals and online communities provide much better answers.