I have a Chromebook Pixel that I'd like to use for development. I'm interested in trying Sublime, but don't want to futz with a separate window manager. Instead, I'd like to have Sublime open in its own fullscreen X-window session. I can do everything else in ChromeOS.
in ~/.xinitrc, which almost worked, except the window was the wrong size. It looked like it was only taking up the first 640x480 of my display. (Sorry I can't provide more accurate measurements.)
Is there a command line option to tell Sublime how big to draw itself? I know this sounds like an obscure use case, but non of the Linux window managers look very good at high resolution, and the only thing I even need a separate Linux environment for is running Sublime.
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