Qvwm is a Windows 95 like window manager for the X Window System. It allows Windows 95/NT users to use the X Window System without a hassle and X Window System users to use Windows 95 without a hassle.
|Tags||Desktop Environment Window Manager|
Release Notes: Support for ALSA 0.5, a rewrite of the sound code, support for sending internal commands from other processes to qvwm, new internal commands for window rearrangement, the taskbar, and pager, reflecting the -display option to the DISPLAY enviornment variable, a new GEOMETRY attribute used in the [Application] section, fixes for some Netscape bugs, and fixes some bugs that crashed qvwm.
No changes have been submitted for this release.
Release Notes: Memory management bugfixes. This version recognises the -clientId option again, and uses mkstemp() instead of tmpnam() to avoid a security problem.
Release Notes: Bug fixes.
Release Notes: Various bug fixes, including window attribute handling (SnappingEdges, SnappingMove, and ONTOP transient windows), some cosmetic changes and speedups (titlebar string, gradient look, and animation speed), and taskbar enhancements (ability to show or hide on startup).