I'm using Emacs 24 in Ubuntu 14.04 and when first compiling a TeX file after start up, a frame called
*tex-shell* is automatically opened and all further compilation processes run in this frame.
I usually move this frame to another workspace ("desktop"), so my editing appears in my main workspace and compilation in a secondary one.
It would be optimal if this new frame appeared directly in this secondary workspace, but I presume that this is kinda difficult. In any case,
I would like to know if there is a way of choosing the geometry of the frame, in the sense that it has the same size and the same position in the screen every time.
Actually, it seems that the geometry is always the same, but when I changed from Emacs 23 to Emacs 24 this parameter changed.
Thank you for any help, and specially if you know something about automatically selecting workspaces.