Thank you for your fast response.
either i not understood question, either...
Sorry Maybe i hadn't explain my question correct.
I use a netbook with a maximum display resolution of 1024x600px . Some windows has a height of 700px and runs out of the display, so i not see the okay,apply button or whatever. i cant move the window or dialogue higher(out of the desktop top) and i cant drag it smaller as the sum height of all window elements...
I can change window size by dragging window edge, it can be dragged as far as i need...
Yes i can do this too. But some windows or dialogues have so many objects that the minimal height is limited to the sum height of its objects.
i can drag it to resize but it cant be dragged littler as the limit.
KDE gave me by rightklicking the above bar of the window a option "force window size" so the window can be resized of a user defined value for ex.: 800x400px . Was this value below the sum height of window elements i was able to scroll down and reach all elements and buttons.
$ wmctl -l
0x02800004 0 kompas LXTerminal
//i want resize terminal window and move it to right upper corner of screen and make it's size 200x200
$ wmctrl -r LXTerminal -e 0,0,0,200,200
//wmctrl -r LXTerminal -e 0,X,Y,width,height
That could work.
I am later at home to try it.
This is only a temporary change and is only used once, isn't it?
can i do something like this permanent for all windows and dialouges?
Thank you very much
I'll give feedback later