Re: Suggestions for a window manager to replace Enlightenment
csj <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Peter S Galbraith wrote:
> > After years of running E (without gnome), I might be tempted to
> > use something else. Any suggestions appreciated.
> > Here's what I really like about E:
> > - minimal screen real estate lost. I don't mind selecting an
> > application by clicking the mouse first to get a menu. Minimal
> > or no icon box.
> > - shade/unshade windows, leaving only the window decoration bar
> > showing.
> > - ability to switch virctual consoles by scrolling the mouse
> > wheel.
> > - settings done using GUI rather than editing a config file.
> > - Looks good.
> Fluxbox on all points except the last (I suspect the other
> blackbox derivatives share the same "features".) The last one is
> highly subjective.
Okay thanks, I'll take a look. The screenshots don't look as pretty as E.