TINYWM(1) General Commands Manual TINYWM(1)NAME
tinywm - tiny window manager
TinyWM is a small, simple window manager. It has a minimal memory footprint, which makes it useful in embedded systems. It features win-
dow move, resize, and raise operations, and supports "sloppy focus". Due to its simplicity, its source code (in C and Python) can be used
as a reference implementation for developers seeking to understand basic window manager programming.
Focus follows pointer.
Alt+Button1, drag: interactive window move
Alt+Button3, drag: interactive window resize
Alt+F1: raise focused window
This manual page was written by Nobuhiro Iwamatsu <firstname.lastname@example.org>, for the Debian GNU/Linux system (but may be used by others).
March 2005 TINYWM(1)
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