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README for WinWrangler ---------------------- WinWrangler is copyright Mikkel Kamstrup Erlandsen 2008, <email@example.com> The source code is licensed under the GNU LGPL version 3. Make sure you have read the COPYING file which should be distributed with the project. WinWrangler is a simple project whose aim is to add additional functionality to all standards compliant window managers. This means that it should work under Gnome, KDE and XFCE. WinWrangler provides a desktop daemon that can be controlled via desktop-wide hotkeys to do advanced window manipulations that are not normally provided by the window manager. For example tiling and intelligent expansion of windows. Features -------- * Expand window - expand the currently active window to fill all available space without overlapping any new windows * Tile windows - Tile all windows on the current workspace in a grid * 2/3 layout - Make the active window fill 2/3 of the desktop while arranging the rest of the windows in the remaining 1/3. * Spatial window switching - Switch active window to the nearest neighbour in the up, down, left, or right directions Hotkeys ------- Here follows the defailt hotkeys. They can be manually configured in the file ~/.config/hotkeys/winwrangler.hotkeys * <Control><Super>1 - Expand window * <Control><Super>2 - Tile windows * <Control><Super>3 - 2/3 layout * <Control><Super>Up|Down|Left|Right - Spatial window switch Honorable Mentions ------------------ * Mads Villadsen - Build fixes * Alessio Bolognino - for the 2/3 Layout and initial work on spatial window switching * Wouter Bolsterlee - Build- and code cleanup, i18n enabling and dutch translation * The Tango team - The WinWrangler icons are based on the Tango window icon * Vincent Untz, Elijah Newren, and Thomas Thurman for being responsive and helpful in sorting out bugs in Metacity and libwnck