Every morning I usually start working with Cygwin like this: First I start Xming. Then I open a cygwin text-console (the one which looks like a dos-box). Then I start two xterms, and from the xterms I start several other programs via ssh and X-export. Then I carefully position all the windows to the sizes and positions I want them.
My question is about the last step.
It takes a long time to re-position the windows every morning when I start working.
Can I somehow tell an X-program where and at which dimensions it (the window) should start up?
I.e. I want to say something like: start xterm at +300 +300 relative to the upper right corner of the screen, with dimensions of XxY pixels (or characters)
local PC: Win 2000, Win 7, Cygwin
remote: servers withy various flavours of linux/unix on them