From: Erik Harrison <erikharrison@sl...> - 2003-04-17 16:46:22
You should absolutely take a look at Openbox.
Openbox is a fork of Blackbox (although that is
becoming less true as time goes on). Basically,
think Blackbox + EWMH + KDE3 hints + LOTS more
--- Matthew Weier OPhinney <weierophinney@...> wrote:
>As many who frequent the list know, I'm a blackbox user. However, I
>still like to try other window managers on occasion to see what I may be
>missing, both good and bad. One reason I like ROX-Session is that it's
>easy for me to switch between window managers.
>I've read and heard a lot about the net_wm specs, and I'm wanting to
>play a little with WMs that utilize them well. I've heard xfwm does,
>so I'll be trying that soon. I've tried metacity (which, on the whole, I
>like -- except that it doesn't support sticky windows, I can't use my
>mouse wheel to un/shade windows, and I can't use the mouse wheel to flip
>Which net_wm compliant WMs are *you* using? Which do you like, and why?
>Which have support for keybindings and/or mouse bindings? Which support
>sticky windows? Which support settings on a per-application or
>per-window basis? (I currently use bbappconf to do some of these
>Matthew Weier O'Phinney
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