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I have seen this question, but it's answers are not good enough for me, because I do not have a window manager on my system.

Is there a console tool that can hide windows?

I am using xwininfo to get information about the window. It gives window id, and some additional stuff. This id should be enough to do any operation with the window.

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Not sure what your goal is, but have you tried WMCTRL? Just installed it, haven't tried it - give it a go :) (It's in the Debian Wheezy repos, don't know which distro you're using) GL

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I can not use it, because it requires a window manager. I am using fedora 9 – BЈовић May 5 '11 at 12:21

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