Save size and position of terminal windows on your desktop
Terminal arrangement on your desktop
If you have two or more monitors, whenever you first open your terminals, you may find yourself opening more than one and rearranging their placement. Over time you may notice you’re performing the same repetitive task of relocating each window to it’s rightful place.
It only takes a minute or two to create panel icons for opening each window using geometry settings defining width, height, and upper left hand coordinates for future placement.
I run four terminals across two screens. One of my screens is turned sideways to make code browsing easier. If you run two 1600×1200 displays like I do, try setting the properties of your four panel icons for launching terminals like this:
gnome-terminal --geometry=83x87+0+0 # left lcd- left side
gnome-terminal --geometry=83x87+510+0 # left lcd - right side
gnome-terminal --geometry=97x67+1200+0 # right lcd - left side
gnome-terminal --geometry=97x67+2003+0 # right lcd - right side