larswm is a modified version of the 9wm window manager that adds virtual desktops, automatic window tiling, and many other features designed to make it a highly efficient user environment. One of the design goals is that you should never have to manually shuffle windows around on the screen. Another is that it should use as little CPU time, RAM, and screen space for itself as possible.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Window Manager|
Release Notes: This release cleans the code for setting 3D border-shading colors.
Release Notes: This fixes a couple of typos in the man page, adds locale support to the clock, and includes other minor code cleanups.
Release Notes: This release fixes a problem with resizing shaped windows.
Release Notes: A couple of commands have been added to make it easier to work with untiled windows. Sometimes the wrong subdesktop would be active after restoring an untiled window. Tool space would be wasted on desktops with no auto resizing. Tool windows would sometimes get focus without the user explicitly selecting them.
Release Notes: A rare bug where the status bar would not get redrawn when changing virtual desktop was fixed. Some unused code was removed. The status bar was made slightly thinner when using 3D borders.