Re: [LAU] question about qjackctl explicitly setting the wm class name

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To: Ivica Ico Bukvic <ico@...>
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Date: Friday, November 30, 2012 - 4:17 pm

Ivica Ico Bukvic writes:

> is there a way to explicitly set the window class name in qt [...] and

Qt sets the class name to argv[0] by default -- so qjackctl should
already have its class set sensibly (or semi-sensibly -- it's called
qjackctl.real on Debian because there's a wrapper script that runs
qjackctl; Ubuntu may have the same thing).

You can use xprop to see what the class has been set to: run xprop,
click on the qjackctl window, and look for WM_CLASS in the output.
I'd be a bit surprised if it's not getting set at all, but maybe it's
set to something unusual, or Unity's doing something more magical than
you think...

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