Comment 2 for bug 260875

Mathieu Girard (mgirard1) wrote :

Hum,
For me its works without problems:

wmctrl -i -r 0x03000003 -b add,hidden

Hides the window with id 0x03000003...

To show the window I use:

wmctrl -i -r 0x03000003 -b remove,hidden

PS:
The code seems to suggest that we can toggle, add or remove any property that starts with "_NET_WM_STATE_", since it adds the second argument "hidden" in upper case to that string.

See the _NET_WM_STATE section at "http://standards.freedesktop.org/wm-spec/1.3/ar01s05.html".

Cheers,
Mathieu