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Pekwm

Pekwm

The Pek Window Manager is a small, flexible window manager which was originally based on the aewm++ window manager. It has evolved enough that it no longer resembles aewm++ in any way.

It has a much expanded feature-set, including window grouping (similar to Ion, pwm, and Fluxbox), autoproperties, xinerama, keygrabber that supports keychains, and much more.

 Pekwm 0.1.17

Price
Free to download

Size
0.4MB
License

GNU GPL v2

Developer
Claes Nasten and contributors

Website
pekwm.org

System Requirements

Support Sites:
Documentation, FAQ, Wiki, Mailing Lists, Pekwm configurations

Selected Reviews:

Features include:

  • Lightweight and unobtrusive
  • Group windows in a single frame
  • Configurable keygrabber that supports keychains
  • Configurable mouse actions
  • Configurable root- and window-menus and keybindings for all menus
  • Dynamic menus that regenerate on every view from a script output
  • Multi-screen support both via RandR and Xinerama
  • Configurable window placement
  • Theming support with images, shaping and configurable buttons
  • Autoproperties (Automatic properties such as a window's sticky state, etc.)

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