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This page pretends to be like the XMonad guided tour for new users for the XMonad.Contrib it's very difficult for newcomers to discover what features XMonad has under the hood, and the Haddock documenttation is preety usefull when you know what you want, but when you;re lookin around to find some way to implement your desired layout the alphabetical order doesn't help.
 
This page pretends to be like the XMonad guided tour for new users for the XMonad.Contrib it's very difficult for newcomers to discover what features XMonad has under the hood, and the Haddock documenttation is preety usefull when you know what you want, but when you;re lookin around to find some way to implement your desired layout the alphabetical order doesn't help.
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== Outline ==
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* A more useful tiled layout: ResizableTile
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* Showing your workspaces: DynamicLog, dzen and xmobar
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* Making space for the statusbar: ManageDocks
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* Removing borders: XMonadActions.NoBorders
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* More options in layout selection: Perworkspace
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* More powerful window management: ManageHelpers
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* Getting notifications: UrgencyHook
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* A handy terminal for doing dirty work: ScratchPad

Revision as of 02:04, 24 January 2009

Meta

This page pretends to be like the XMonad guided tour for new users for the XMonad.Contrib it's very difficult for newcomers to discover what features XMonad has under the hood, and the Haddock documenttation is preety usefull when you know what you want, but when you;re lookin around to find some way to implement your desired layout the alphabetical order doesn't help.

Outline

  • A more useful tiled layout: ResizableTile
  • Showing your workspaces: DynamicLog, dzen and xmobar
  • Making space for the statusbar: ManageDocks
  • Removing borders: XMonadActions.NoBorders
  • More options in layout selection: Perworkspace
  • More powerful window management: ManageHelpers
  • Getting notifications: UrgencyHook
  • A handy terminal for doing dirty work: ScratchPad