swm

SWM(1)                      General Commands Manual                     SWM(1)



NAME
       sWM - a (s)mall (W)indow (M)anager for X11

SYNOPSIS
       swm [options...]

DESCRIPTION
       sWM is a small Window Manager for X11. sWM is optimized for small
       displays with a recommended minimum resolution of 640x480 pixels and
       consumes less than 860k of RAM (depends on your configuration).

USAGE - MOUSE
       Titlebar left-click
              Raises window and moves it while the mouse button is pressed.

       Titlebar middle-click (if SHADE is enabled)
              Shades the window up/down.

       Titlebar right-click
              As above, but does not raise the window. Allows you to move
              windows in background.


       [x] Closebox left-click
              Closes the window.

       [x] Closebox middle-click
              Lowers the window.

       [x] Closebox right-click
              Allows you to resize the window while the mouse button is
              pressed.

       [+] Maximizebox left-click
              Resizes the window to full screen.

       [+] Maximizebox middle-click
              Does nothing in this release.

       [+] Maximizebox right-click
              If the window was maximized, this resizes the window to the
              former size/position.

       [#]/[s] Stickybox left-click (if GNOME is enabled)
              Toggles the window sticky/unsticky.

       [#]/[s] Stickybox middle-click (if GNOME is enabled)
              Switches to the pevious desktop taking the window with you.

       [#]/[s] Stickybox right-click (if GNOME is enabled)
              Switches to the next desktop taking the window with you.

       Window border left-click
              Moves the window while the mouse button is pressed, without
              raising it.

       Window border middle-click
              Raises the window and moves it while the mouse button is
              pressed.

       Window border right-click
              Resized the window while the mouse button is pressed, without
              raising it.

       Root-window button 1|2|3
              executes .swm/button1, button2 or button3. If no other program
              grabs the background.


USAGE - KEYBOARD
       sWM functions can be enabled/disabled with Num-Lock, Caps-Lock or
       Scroll-Lock.  sWM will pass all received keys to the application window
       if one of these locks is enabled.

       Alt-Tab
              Rises the next window.

       Alt-F3 (if MWM compliance is enabled)
              (Un)hides the titlebar

       Alf-F4 Closes the window with the current input focus.

       Alf-F5 Raises the window with the current input focus, in gnome mode it
              will be raised ontop of its current layer.

       Ctrl-Tab (if GNOME is enabled)
              Switches to the next virtual desktop.

       Alt-PageUp (if GNOME is enabled)
              Raises the window to a layer above.

       Alt-PageDown (if GNOME is enabled)
              Lowers the window to a layer below.


OPTIONS
       -display display
              Run swm on the X11 display display.

BUGS
       If you find some - mail me. :-))

AUTHOR
       Robert Sperling <sperling@small-window-manager.de>.



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