How to Create Specific Settings for a Particular Window

Within the Configuration Module

  1. Open the desired window and leave it visible on the desktop
  2. Run the Configuration Module
  3. Select the "Windows -> Add Window Rule" command in the main menu to add a new specific rule (or click the similar Add Window Rule icon toolbar button, or press the Ctrl+A hotkey)
  4. Open the Target Window Pane of this new rule
  5. Use either the Window Finder or Window Selector to accurately fill Target Window options
  6. Change the default Window Rule <n> name to something reasonable
  7. Adjust window rule properties as required
  8. Select the "File -> Save" command in the main menu to apply the created rule (or click the similar Save icon toolbar button, or press the Ctrl+S hotkey)

Via Manage Window Settings title button title button

Note  Make sure that the Via "spanner" title button option is enabled.

  1. Open the desired window and leave it visible on the desktop
  2. Click the Manage Window Settings title button title button in desired window's title bar and select the "Create new specific settings" command in the appeared menu
  3. Adjust window rule properties as required
  4. Select the "File -> Save" command in the main menu to apply the created rule (or click the similar Save icon toolbar button, or press the Ctrl+S hotkey)

Via Actual Window Manager submenu

Note  Make sure that the Via Actual Window Manager submenu option is enabled.

  1. Open the desired window and leave it visible on the desktop
  2. Right-click desired window's title bar to call its system window menu
  3. In the appeared menu select the "Actual Window Manager -> Create new specific settings" command
  4. Adjust window rule properties as required
  5. Select the "File -> Save" command in the main menu to apply the created rule (or click the similar Save icon toolbar button, or press the Ctrl+S hotkey)