Claude's Tab window manager
ctwm is Claude Lecommandeur's extension to twm; in addition to the
features of twm, it supports multiple virtual screens, the pixmap file
format, pinnable ("sticky") menus, and other enhancements.
CTWM is an extension to twm, originally written by Claude Lecommandeur
(see README.Claude for his README), that support multiple virtual
screens, and a lot of other goodies.
You can use and manage up to 32 virtual screens called workspaces.
You swap from one workspace to another by clicking on a button in an
Notes about the GNOME-compliance patches to CTWM.
Things that work:
multiple workspaces, and switching between them.
window shading, iconification, settings windows to sticky.
root window clicks (might be some bugs).
Things that don't work:
GNOME window-size hints, and some other hints
These patches should be sufficient to make the gnome-pager applet work with
CTWM. However, you'll wan
ctwm - Claude's Tab Window Manager for the X Window System
ctwm [-display dpy] [-s] [-cfgchk] [-f initfile] [-v] [-n]
[-k] [-K m4file] [-w [win-id]]
ctwm is a window manager for the X Window System. It pro‐
vides titlebars, shaped windows, virtual
ctwm (3.7-3.1+b1) unstable; urgency=low
* Binary-only non-maintainer upload for amd64; no source
Changes from version 1.0 to 1.1
1 - Correction of a
$Id: TODO 59 2006-04-23 02:08:51Z branden $
* Switch to dh_installman.
* fix splash screen so it w
Should we set SKIP_WINLIST, SKIP_TASKBAR, etc. on IconManagerDontShow windows? Maybe HIDDEN?
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