The Pek Window Manager (pekwm) is a small and flexible window manager that aims to be usable. It supports grouping (a concept first introduced by pwm), automatic properties, chainable keybindings, and much more.
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Release Notes: This is a maintenance release with a few bugs fixed, improved multi-head placement, and actions for setting the geometry and moving a frame between heads.
Release Notes: Bugfixes and opacity hinting support were added.
Release Notes: This release finishes the tab completion and comes with the usual bunch of bug fixes.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release with compatibility fixes for the new libpng, INVALID titles on openbsd, fullscreen mode for applications with resize increments, gnome-do compatibility, and improved tab completion in CmdDialog.
Release Notes: Small bugfixes. The default theme has been modified to have a smaller titlebar and better support for Gnome.