Up until FVWM 2.6 I used a slighty modified Pem's FVWM when it broke. I haven't found a solution to it yet so I am using just the default configuration until I can find something better.
I've updated my post, you can get an old version of the configuration, if you still want to try it.
Just a quick note, I have some "old" configurations taken all over the web and mirrored there: http://arnaud.fortier-family.com/fvwm/i … th=mirror/
Last edited by Warnaud (2013-04-23 05:48:01)
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Nothing special...just a few utilities on my desktop and all the configurations are mishmashes from others I've found on this board and others with only a few tweaks of my own.
I try and keep it relatively simple and small since my eeepc is not hugely powerful or big on screen resolution.
https://dl.dropboxusercontent.com/u/776 … dir.tar.gz
and of course the screenshot.
Using the awesome power of FVWM, I implemented an easy to use windowing system, for a user who is fine with using the console. It runs on a 15.5" HiDPI screen at 2880×1620 px resolution. The latest release is available on GitHub:hiwiwi
Virtual desktops with current desktop highlighted in green. (FvwmPager)
Shell on each desktop, on the lowest layer. (urxvt)
Tray icons. (Stalonetray)
Keyboard layout switcher. (xxkb)
The first application window opens without decorations, taking up available space. (FVWM)
Additional application windows open on a layer above. Windows can only be resized and closed, not maximized nor iconified. Shadow rendered by compositor. (compton)
Last edited by feklee (2015-04-29 22:17:22)
feklee, the images you posted were too large and violating forum policy. Please post only thumbnails with links to images hosted on image hosting websites.
The relevant policy/rule --- https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Fo … s_and_code
There's no such thing as a stupid question, but there sure are a lot of inquisitive idiots !