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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Copper Bezel View Post
    Yeah, we're really talking about desktop environments here, but Metacity and KWin certainly are WMs, so it's not entirely off-base. Of course, almost anyone using Gnome is actually using Compiz as the WM, especially on Ubuntu....
    Yes it is. The topic title says Window Managers.
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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    KWin.



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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Quote Originally Posted by Spice Weasel View Post
    Some window managers are so customizable it's pointless to post a screenshot as an example.. (FVWM, Openbox and a few others.)

    Anyway, see http://xwinman.org. It has some but most are outdated.
    Giles Orr's list is much more comprehensive and continually updated: http://gilesorr.org/wm/table.html

    He has a neat 'bloodlines' chart (showing who borrow from whom) too: http://gilesorr.org/wm/bloodlines.html

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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    Openbox
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    Quote Originally Posted by wojox View Post
    Openbox
    You are showing everything but Openbox

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    Quote Originally Posted by forrestcupp View Post
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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    I've been an Openbox user for quite some time. Simple and clean uncluttered and lean running desktop are the hallmarks of Openbox.
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    Quote Originally Posted by urukrama View Post
    You are showing everything but Openbox
    That was kind of silly of me. Nice howto by the way. I've built many configurations from your blog. This is a cool disto called ArchBang. Needed minimal installation effort.
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    Re: Linux Window managers with screenshots

    On GNOME:

    XPGNOME - Microsoft homage and user friendly
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