[…] Here is one person’s introduction […]. }. First, launch a terminal by pressing Mod4 + Enter. It was your blog that got me started with OpenBox – Thanks!! As you don't want to open terminals all the time, awesome lets you run software tag. { I really want a windows manager that allows me to work without having to reach for the mouse as often, so I will probably give Awesome a try, […] Thanks to urukrama for keeping my 100Mhz experiment from looking like the bottom of a […], […] First steps with Awesome window manager « urukrama’s weblog – […]. All in all it is: command = “spawn” I use remind to show today’s events of my religious calendar, and I wanted to show those reminders in the statusbar, next to the clock. Go to the tiling layout (the layout icon is the rightmost icon you see on the Awesome is a tiling window manager, like Wmii or Xmonad, and is very light and stable. But I wanted more than this. Most Wayland compositors only work on systems using Kernel mode setting. The position of the titlebar can be top, bottom, left or right. It resembles dmenu, though it isn’t as refined: it doesn’t automatically select the first match of what you type, and doesn’t search for matches within a word (‘unar’ does not bring up ‘thunar’ for example, as it does in dmenu). They can be colour settings, mouse actions, key actions, position, etc, and are sometimes unique to the section they belong to. You could also use dzen2 to create a root or panel menu (see here and here). exec /usr/local/bin/awesome. The structure of the configuration file is relatively simple:
[name] I mainly control my window manager from the keyboard, and the tiling window managers offer great keyboard control, but I also look to work with the mouse. If you wrote it… please publish it! Tutorials/Using Other Window Managers with Plasma.