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  1.   <applications>
  2.     <!--Libreoffice-->
  3.     <application name="libreoffice">
  4.       <desktop>6</desktop>
  5.     </application>
  6.     <application groupclass="Soffice">
  7.       <desktop>6</desktop>
  8.       <maximized>yes</maximized>  
  9.     </application>
  10.     <application class="Chromium" role="browser">
  11.       <desktop>2</desktop>
  12.       <maximized>yes</maximized>
  13.       <layer>below</layer>
  14.     </application>
  15.     <application name="subl3">
  16.       <desktop>3</desktop>
  17.       <maximized>yes</maximized>
  18.       <decor>no</decor>
  19.       <layer>below</layer>
  20.     </application>
  21.     <!--
  22.   # this is an example with comments through out. use these to make your
  23.   # own rules, but without the comments of course.
  24.   # you may use one or more of the name/class/role/title/type rules to specify
  25.   # windows to match
  26.  
  27.   <application name="the window's _OB_APP_NAME property (see obxprop)"
  28.               class="the window's _OB_APP_CLASS property (see obxprop)"
  29.           groupname="the window's _OB_APP_GROUP_NAME property (see obxprop)"
  30.          groupclass="the window's _OB_APP_GROUP_CLASS property (see obxprop)"
  31.                role="the window's _OB_APP_ROLE property (see obxprop)"
  32.               title="the window's _OB_APP_TITLE property (see obxprop)"
  33.                type="the window's _OB_APP_TYPE property (see obxprob)..
  34.                       (if unspecified, then it is 'dialog' for child windows)">
  35.   # you may set only one of name/class/role/title/type, or you may use more
  36.   # than one together to restrict your matches.
  37.  
  38.   # the name, class, role, and title use simple wildcard matching such as those
  39.   # used by a shell. you can use * to match any characters and ? to match
  40.   # any single character.
  41.  
  42.   # the type is one of: normal, dialog, splash, utility, menu, toolbar, dock,
  43.   #    or desktop
  44.  
  45.   # when multiple rules match a window, they will all be applied, in the
  46.   # order that they appear in this list
  47.  
  48.  
  49.     # each rule element can be left out or set to 'default' to specify to not
  50.     # change that attribute of the window
  51.  
  52.     <decor>yes</decor>
  53.     # enable or disable window decorations
  54.  
  55.     <shade>no</shade>
  56.     # make the window shaded when it appears, or not
  57.  
  58.     <position force="no">
  59.       # the position is only used if both an x and y coordinate are provided
  60.       # (and not set to 'default')
  61.       # when force is "yes", then the window will be placed here even if it
  62.       # says you want it placed elsewhere.  this is to override buggy
  63.       # applications who refuse to behave
  64.       <x>center</x>
  65.       # a number like 50, or 'center' to center on screen. use a negative number
  66.       # to start from the right (or bottom for <y>), ie -50 is 50 pixels from
  67.       # the right edge (or bottom). use 'default' to specify using value
  68.       # provided by the application, or chosen by openbox, instead.
  69.       <y>200</y>
  70.       <monitor>1</monitor>
  71.       # specifies the monitor in a xinerama setup.
  72.       # 1 is the first head, or 'mouse' for wherever the mouse is
  73.     </position>
  74.  
  75.     <size>
  76.       # the size to make the window.
  77.       <width>20</width>
  78.       # a number like 20, or 'default' to use the size given by the application.
  79.       # you can use fractions such as 1/2 or percentages such as 75% in which
  80.       # case the value is relative to the size of the monitor that the window
  81.       # appears on.
  82.       <height>30%</height>
  83.     </size>
  84.  
  85.     <focus>yes</focus>
  86.     # if the window should try be given focus when it appears. if this is set
  87.     # to yes it doesn't guarantee the window will be given focus. some
  88.     # restrictions may apply, but Openbox will try to
  89.  
  90.     <desktop>1</desktop>
  91.     # 1 is the first desktop, 'all' for all desktops
  92.  
  93.     <layer>normal</layer>
  94.     # 'above', 'normal', or 'below'
  95.  
  96.     <iconic>no</iconic>
  97.     # make the window iconified when it appears, or not
  98.  
  99.     <skip_pager>no</skip_pager>
  100.     # asks to not be shown in pagers
  101.  
  102.     <skip_taskbar>no</skip_taskbar>
  103.     # asks to not be shown in taskbars. window cycling actions will also
  104.     # skip past such windows
  105.  
  106.     <fullscreen>yes</fullscreen>
  107.     # make the window in fullscreen mode when it appears
  108.  
  109.     <maximized>true</maximized>
  110.     # 'Horizontal', 'Vertical' or boolean (yes/no)
  111.   </application>
  112.  
  113.   # end of the example
  114. -->
  115.   </applications>
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