I am trying to get my head around using this command: wmctrl.
What I am wanting to do is have a command to force the terminal window to the front.
From what I see that is "easy" in you do the command:
wmctrl -r <window name> -b add,above
Ok, got it. But if I want THIS WINDOW as the window name, how do I do that?
I can't quite work out the quirkyness of linux yet to understand that part.
Is it possible?
Thanks in advance.
I also understand that I will probably have to then toggle/remove the "above" so the window isn't stuck above all others.