Isn't this the third time you've asked?
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On Fri, Feb 01, 2002 at 04:23:34AM -0000, hello world wrote:
> I am using gvim.
> I already have the following line in my .Xdefaults
> Vim*geometry: +300+100
> But the problem with this and "winpos" in .vimrc is that gvim window
> can be placed only at fixed positions. I have to open multiple gvim
> sessions for my work.
> I want my window manager to decide where to place a new window. I'm
> using WindowMaker and it can place Emacs, xterm and other applications
> so that they do not overlap. When it comes to gvim, looks like,
> WindowMaker has no control over the window positioning. gvim positions
> itself at (0,0) or at (300,100) as my .Xdefaults has the above
> I thought it would be easy for you whizkids there :(. Or is it a
> problem with gvim.
> On Wed, 30 Jan 2002 Michael Brailsford wrote : > Are you running vim
> in a term or as gvim? If you are
> > using vim in a
> > term then you can specify where to place the term
> > window by using on of
> > the terms window placement options. i.e. for Eterm it
> > would be "Eterm -g
> > XxY+width+height -e vim".
> > For gui try :winpos X Y, for more info ":he winpos"
> > -Michael
> > On Wed, Jan 30, 2002 at 07:03:32AM -0000, hello world
> > wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi,
> > >
> > > The default window position of VIM (at least where it
> > > gets placed on my desktop) is (0,0). This is really
> > > annoying. I want my window manager (Windowmaker) to
> > > decide where windows are placed. Windowmaker is able
> > > to position Emacs intelligently, but not VIM :(
> > >
> > > Could somebody help me with this?
> > >
> > > Pras