Release Notes: This version brings a lot of changes, including new mouse handling code, stability fixes, and the ability to run without a configuration file.
Release Notes: This release features a number of speed improvements, code cleanups, and improved ICCM compatibility.
Release Notes: This release is all about internal changes; there is nothing exciting for the user.
Release Notes: This release adds the snap configuration variable, implements the _NET_WORKAREA atom, and fixes a bug with gtk windows unmapping themselves behind our back.
Release Notes: This release features stability fixes on 64-bit platforms, a new manual page, and multi-monitor configuration improvements.
Release Notes: Two irritating bugs were fixed in this release. The first was flickering of modal windows, and the second was related to configure requests which were handled badly and also caused flickering.
Release Notes: This release brings better GNOME support, double buffering for drawing operations, and a many bugfixes.
Release Notes: Some configuration file incompatibilities were introduced with this release: the title layout is now much more configurable, with a cleaner syntax (see README). WM_TAKE_FOCUS is now partially supported (this should fix problems with WINE), and 32-bit visuals will bring nicer transparency for urxvt. A bit of MWM Hints support was added to make splash screen windows look nice (titleless).
Release Notes: This is mostly a cleanup/bugfix release. Old xprop/xwininfo bugs were fixed (when they reported incorrect window properties). There's one new "feature": floating windows now raise on click without modkey. There are other things not seen from the user's point of view (but important).
Release Notes: Window flickering on tag switches caused by maps/unmaps was mostly fixed. A bug in infloating layout that caused explicit CPU usage on multi-head machines was fixed. Focus issues with toggleview were resolved, and panels are now handled much better then before.