Goal: Fluxbox Overview in General
Table of Content
This guidance structured into separated articles:
Overview (this article)
Config (two articles): General, and Menu
Themes (two articles): Inkscape Part, and Style Part
Window Manager Features
As most of any other Window Manager, Fluxbox has these features:
Themes (window decoration)
Menu (and Window Menu)
Rule (window setting for each application)
Feature: Toolbar (panel), Slit, and Tabs
There are some good resources. I always start with the official one. I found that the holy archwiki is a also good start. But there are also other reading material as well, from my first googling attempt.
As a window manager, Fluxbox has a unique feature.
It is the
This guidance doesn’t explain these features below. I rarely use it. Ity is just, I always think that this is interesting.
Fluxbox has built in panel, fluxbox use toolbar terminology for this panel. You can select the placement, of toolbar.
This is basically just grouping application into a bar.
You can group windows into tabs using
ctrl - left_click.
There are also tabs placement.
This is the place for dockable application, such as
You can also select the placement.
Stacking Window Manager
This is only an overview. Consider continue reading [ Config: General Part ].