Change the location of where team viewer opens on screen

Asked by Bob on 2021-04-25

The version I have is GPicView 0.2.5
I just need to have it open on the right side of the screen. It always opens on the left side and I have to move it every time. Very annoying when you have to move it a few 100 times a day.

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Ubfan (ubfan1) said : #1

Use the -geometry option on the invocation of any X program.
The first two numbers are x size and y size, the next two are position (-0 being the left/bottom)
so
myviewer -geometry 800x800-0+0
to open at the top right.

Ubfan (ubfan1) said : #2

Unless you're running wayland, then -geometry doesn't work.

Bob (smith13) said : #3

Where do I find -geometry option?

Manfred Hampl (m-hampl) said : #4

1. Why do you ask about "team viewer" in the title, if the question is about GPicView?
2. It seems to me that GPicView does not have any inbuilt logic for window positioning.
3. Is GPicView a must, or is it possible to switch to a different program?

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