issues in XFCE 4.6 (looking for a working WM)
weif at weif.net
Sun Mar 22 08:40:34 PDT 2009
> Try a smaller one, like evilwm. It's (pretty much) all command line. For
> example, you would open up a term and launch firefox from there (# firefox).
> Once you get the hang of its keybindings, which are vi-like, it's fun and
> easy. It's also compatible with aterm, which will give you transparent
> terminals (if that's something that interests you).
> Also, I highly recommend that you check out http://xwinman.org. I found it
> to be fun and informative to peruse the list of wm's there.
Thanks for the link. http://xwinman.org is pretty cool. I'm currently
playing with fluxbox, and that seems to be working pretty well.
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