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Author: Lucas de Sena <lucas@seninha.org>
Date:   Tue, 29 Aug 2023 11:49:41 -0300

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diff --git a/README b/README @@ -14,40 +14,45 @@ │ │ └───────────────────────┘ -shod is a mouse-based X11 window manager that can tile and tab windows +shod is a mouse-based X11 window manager which can tile and tab windows inside floating containers. To tile windows, drag-and-drop the titlebar of one window into the border of the other with the right mouse button. -The entire grid of tiles is called a "container", and can float around +The entire grid of tiles is called “container”, and it can float around on the screen. -shod works via mouse, possibly with a given modifier (Alt by default), -and by responding to client messages sent by the shodc utility (shod's -remote controller). With the exception of the alt-tab combination for -cycling windows, shod does no keybinding by itself and relies on other +shod automatically tabs related windows together on the same container. +Dialogs and tornoff menus are only visible when their parent window is +active, and are hidden otherwise. + +shod works via mouse (optionally with a given modifier, ALT by default) +and by responding to client messages sent by the shodc utility (shod's +remote controller). With the exception of the ALT-TAB combination (for +cycling windows) shod does no keybinding by itself, and relies on other applications (such as sxhkd) for that. +shod displays for each container titlebars with two buttons. The right +button closes the active window. The left button calls a command named +shodmenu. This command is not provided with shod, it should be created +by the user; as, for example, a xmenu script to control the window. + shod has no default bar. However shod has a dock where dockapps (small -windows commonly used on other window managers like Window Maker) can -be on. The dock does not appear unless a dockapp is spawned. +windows commonly used on other window managers like WindowMaker) can be +placed on. The dock does not appear unless a dockapp is opened. shod can be customized by setting X resources. -shod was inspired by the following programs and window managers. I'd -like to thank their authors for their work that helped me developing -shod. +shod was influenced by the following programs and window managers. I'd +like to thank their authors for the work that helped me writing shod. • notion: https://github.com/raboof/notion • wmii: https://github.com/0intro/wmii • acme: http://acme.cat-v.org/ -shod was developed after studying the code of the following window -managers. I'd like to thank their authors for their work that helped -me understanding how a X Window Manager works. +shod was made after studying the code of the following window managers. +I'd like to thank their authors for the work, that helped me understand +how a X Window Manager works. • dwm: https://dwm.suckless.org • katriawm: https://www.uninformativ.de/git/katriawm/file/README.html -Screenshots: -See the images in the demos/ directory. - Changelog: • 2.6.2 (2023-04-24): Bugfixes (wait for children processes). • 2.6.1 (2023-04-23): Bugfixes (dockupdate).