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I love XFCE. I use it on almost all my computers.
However, in a multi head setup, it lacks a "move window to monitor" feature.
Some posts link to the
move-to-next-monitor_ script, which as many dependencies and is not very customizable
(move to bottom, to right, etc.)
Hence, here it is ewmh_m2m.
Just install the package with pip::
pip install ewmh-m2m # Note the dash and not the underscore!
You should now have a
move-to-monitor command available.
You should bind the
move-to-monitor command to your desired keyboard shortcut.
This command also accepts some arguments to control where the window is moved.
move-to-monitor --help in a terminal for the list of accepted options.
Feel free to ask some features on
You can also develop your own features and open Pull Requests.
Take a look at the
This project has been set up using PyScaffold 3.2.2. For details and usage information on PyScaffold see https://pyscaffold.org/.
.. _move-to-next-monitor: https://github.com/jc00ke/move-to-next-monitor