tiling tabbed window manager designed for keyboard users
Notion divides the screen into tiles and places windows in these tiles
by default. Each tile has a set of tabs for the windows within it.
It also allows windows to be made 'floating' and placed freely. Notion
can be controlled through the keyboard alone or together with a mouse.
Notion can be configured and extended using the Lua language. It also
supports extension modules written in C.
Notion is now considered stable, but there have been substantial changes
from earlier development snapshots.
Instructions for using Notion can be found in the manual page ("man
notion"). Additional documentation is included in the notion-doc package:
"Configuring and extending Notion with Lua" and "Notion: Notes for the
module and patch writer".
Some scripts extending Notion ar
ion3 (20070506-1) unstable; urgency=low
Ion3 is now in the non-free section due to a trademark claim and
conditions on the use of its name.
The change in behaviour of the frame context menu in 20070318 has
Other significant changes are listed in RELNOTES.gz.
-- Ben Hutchings <firstname.lastname@example.org> Wed, 16 May 2007 23:54:29 +0100
ion3 (20070318-1) unstable; urgency=
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