Sawfish 1.10

An extensible and Open Source window manager for Linux and BSD operating systems
Sawfish (previously known as Sawmill) is an open source, minimal and extensible window manager for Linux and UNIX-like operating systems, using a Lisp-based scripting language.

Sawfish’s aim is to allow users to easily manage windows in the most attractive and flexible manner possible. It features powerful key-bindings, event hooking, window matching, and flexible theming.

Even if it’s highly extensible, Sawfish does not implement application launchers, desktop backgrounds, or other similar components that are available on more powerful desktop environment as separate applications.

Sawfish is cross-platform, thus supported on Linux and BSD operating systems.

last updated on:
December 3rd, 2013, 15:43 GMT
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FREE!
developed by:
John Harper
homepage:
sawfish.wikia.com
license type:
GPL (GNU General Public License) 
category:
ROOT \ Desktop Environment \ Window Managers

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What's New in version 1.9.1
  • The dimension window-matcher now properly restores a window's size, tabbing remains usable when a window marked for tabbing is destroyed before doing so, and some minor fixes.
  • New features concentrate on tabs: windows marked for tabbing now have a different color, and tabs support viewport/workspace-sticky.
  • There are updated Debian packaging scripts.
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