An extensible window manager for the X Window System
Sawfish is an extensible window manager which uses a Lisp-based
scripting language. All window decorations are configurable and the
basic idea is to have as much user-interface policy as possible
controlled through the Lisp language. Configuration can be
accomplished by writing Lisp code in a personal .sawfishrc file, or
using a GTK+ interface. Sawfish is mostly GNOME compliant
This is sawfish, a highly configurable window manager for X11.
It is released under the terms of the GNU GPL,
copyright (c) John Harper <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Maintainer until 2007 was: John Harper
Maintainer until Dec 2008 was: Janek Kozicki <email@example.com>
Maintainer since Dec 2008 is: Christopher Bratusek <firstname.lastname@example.org>
For more details, see the sawfish wiki: http://sawfish.
For full changes, read the news section in info. This file
lists only important changes.
In Sawfish 1.9.0 there are the following major changes:
If you set-up StyleTab previously, you will need to re-set it up.
Maybe - though unlikely - the old settings will interfere with the
new ones. In that rare case remove the StyleTab related settings from
Tab themes for sawfish. This theme combines flexibility, appealing
look'n'feel and innovative ideas. As of Sawfish 1.8.0 it's the default theme.
It combines 4 themes (Reduce, Dark, Silver & Smoothly), bundled
with support for tabbed windowing. StyleTab provides various options like for
titlebar colors or button-order (separately for toplevel windows and transients),
aswell as support fo
This lists user-visible changes, and which releases they occurred
between. For more d
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