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It works, but if the window itself changes it's class (unlikely) it
will be reset. I'm pretty sure the WM is not meant to change a window's
class, but who cares about standard-specifications? We've broken them
several times (though, only with optional features).
Am 2013-01-10 05:24, schrieb dmg:
oops. sorry for the wrong message ;)
but through trial and error I was able to answer my own question:
(defun dmg-rename-class (w y)
(interactive "%W\nsNew class Name:")
(set-x-text-property w 'WM_CLASS (vector y y ""))
it seems to work, and hopefully will not have bad side effects :)
On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 1:40 PM, dmg <dmg@xxxxxxx> wrote:
no lo de la invitacion, sino lo de ir a londres.
On Wed, Jan 9, 2013 at 12:38 PM, D M German <dmg@xxxxxxx> wrote:
does anybody know if it is feasible to rename the class of a
don't think there is a function to do it, but I wonder if it is
Daniel M. German "Science clears the fields on
W. Heisenberg -> technology can build. "
dmg (at) uvic (dot) ca
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