I like to add Ctrl+Alt+T as a shortcut to open the terminal, and I like the terminal to open in the bottom right corner of the screen. So, I always added the following to Keyboard Shortcuts on Debian:
gnome-terminal --geometry 80x25-0-0
According to X manual, the -0-0 in the end should place the window in the bottom right corner. Now that works in a Debian 10 installed on a PC, with Gnome 3.30.2, but it's not working on another Debian 10 installed on a Dell Laptop, also with Gnome 3.30.2. On the laptop, the terminal window appears randomly around the middle of the screen, as if no position was specified. If I change the size of the window (80x25), I notice that this is respected, only the position is not. How can I solve this? Have searched everywhere, but found nothing.