|Digit Siljrath 54fb158797 add borkydev example||2 years ago|
|LICENSE||5 years ago|
|README.md||4 years ago|
|dmenu-bind.sh||5 years ago|
|xmonad.hs||4 years ago|
|xmonad.hs-2018layoutexperiment2-001-borkydev||2 years ago|
its just my wacky xmonad config. so radical i gave it a name and pretended its a whole new window manager.
ghc, contrib extention thingys n stuff.
the main notion of keybindings use:
qwerty wasd direction controls, moved over one space to the right, esdf controls. mod = tux ( gnu / win / super / whatever you call it ) mod + shift + e/d = moves window through the stack mod + e/d = moves window focus through the stack (same as mod+tab, and mod+shift+tab) mod + ctrl + e/s/d/f = merges window into tabs. mod + ctrl + w = unmerge from tab to solo. mod + w = move current window to main pane. mod + g = fullscreen toggle current window. mod + spacebar = cycle through layout modulation mod + x/c = move workspace left/right mod + shift + 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 = move active window to numbered workspace. mod + 1/2/3/4/5/6/7/8/9 = move to numbered workspace. mod + r = run _____ via dmenu (requires dmenu) F12 = toggle drop-down terminal mod + F7 = toggle ttyload system load monitor mod + F8 = toggle htop system monitor mod + F9 = toggle alsamixer volume control
for other controls, see the config
no triple monitor keybind support ootb?! aw. (easy enough to add yourself.)
rly sweet n serious unobtrusive sensible wm workflow.