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Cygwin/X and Xming can run in "rootless" mode that seamlessly integrates "inner" windows to the host environment.

Is there similar mode for Xephyr or some equivalent program? I want Xephyred windows to be like usual windows, but without ability to lock screen or generate keystrokes or mess with other windows.

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