Release Notes: Changes has been made in load.lisp and Makefile to ease usage for Lisp newbies. Some non xinerama and monitor change on-the-fly bugs have been fixed.
Release Notes: This release fixes a serious ICCCM compliance bug on configure request notify.
Release Notes: This release adds transparency support with xcompmgr, multi-head support out of the box (no more need for an individual hack), and a new Exposé Mode which supports infinite children (previously 26) and multiple roots. A toolbar and a wallpaper module have been added to the contrib directory.
Release Notes: Minor bugfixes.
Release Notes: Responsiveness when there are many children to display and some are hidden by others was improved. There were also some minor tweaks.
Release Notes: Minor startup fixes.
Release Notes: This version adds the ability to handle the mpd music player and xmms. A client/server system was added to handle CLFSWM remotely or with scripts. CLFSWM can now run another window manager while running.
Release Notes: This version adds a generic mode to define all other modes, a fix to correctly manage fullscreen windows (SDL particularly), some speed-up to display windows, some new layouts and maximize functions, and some placement functions to display info windows and second mode windows in reconfigurable positions. Clozure Common Lisp (CCL) support was also added.
Release Notes: This version adds colors in help windows and menus. A simple way to configure corner actions was added. The ability to raise or lower and hide or unhide a child was added. A new GIMP layout was added. A fast layout switch method was added. A method to switch to the last child was added. Each frame can have a different focus policy.
Release Notes: This version is a major update of the CLFSWM concept: there is no more reference to workspaces. CLFSWM is a tree of frames and windows. A frame can contain some windows or some other frames with a different layout (tile, tile left, etc.). There is no more need for the pager: you are in the pager. Just enter in a frame to make it fullscreen maximized and zoom its contents.