Hi. I want to be able to open some aterms in specific panes of a desktop. I like to have 5 or 6 aterms open at once, and am getting sick of moving them around each time I start a session. I use specific coloured aterms for various applications, ie. one for a mail tool, one for root usage, etc. I tried to create a shell script that contained how I wanted a particular aterm to be opened, ie. I made a file called red_aterm, containing the following: #!/bin/bash aterm -title "Mr. Red" +rv +vb -tr -bg black -fg white -tint red -sh 60 -geometry 106x50+7+6 & Then I tried to add an entry into the database file to open the red_aterm "application" in a specific pane and desktop. Here are the appropriate lines in the database file: Style "red_aterm" StartsonDesk 1 Style "red_aterm" ViewportX 2 Style "red_aterm" ViewportY 3 I also tried: Style "red_aterm" StartsonDesk 1,ViewportX 2,ViewportY 3 This didn't seem to work. Is what I am proposing possible? Any ideas would be appreciated. regards, Andrew O'C -- This is the mailing list for the AfterStep Window Manager for X. To unsubscribe, type the following command at the prompt 'mail -s unsubscribe email@example.com'. For more help on AfterStep, refer to the on-line documentation at http://www.afterstep.org.