linux - How to remember last window position in GNOME 3?

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2014-04
  • Santosh Kumar

    Whenever I start a GUI application, the application window starts at the upper left of the screen. This is annoying, because I want them to appear at center. I pull them to the center but after quitting they again starts at their upper left position.

    I want the window manager to remember the last position to be remembered. How can I do that? I am using GNOME 3.6.2 on Fedora 18.

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  • Dan M.

    Pasted from comment above ^^

    Just deleted my main answer as I misunderstood your question the first few times through. It's called "Raise selected windows after an interval" in System/Preferences/windows, but raising only on title bar is not implemented to my knowledge(I could be wrong)