Window manager variety
Posted Apr 16, 2012 18:51 UTC (Mon) by sorpigal
In reply to: Window manager variety
Parent article: LFCS 2012: X and Wayland
WindowBlinds was not a replacement window manager for Windows. It merely did some hackery to change some of the look and some behaviors and it always ran on top of the existing WM. Think of it more like a very-heavy theme. In the end things like window lists, window position and stacking order were still the same. In addition, it was awfully slow and memory hungry.
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