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Re: Not for everyone, but...
> There are a few things about ratpoison
> that I don't particularly care for,
> unfortunately. One is that EVERY window
> that can be resized, is automatically
> set to full-screen - even transient ones
> such as GTK file selectors. The GIMP is
> rendered all but unusuable, because you
> have to switch to the full-screen
> toolbox (which looks as awkward as it
> sounds). And even applications that can
> normally be moved without need of a
> window manager's titlebar, such as XMMS,
> are forever stuck dead-center in the
I switched to ion from ratopoison for the reasons
you talk about. I was able to configure a ratpoison
interface to it. It has a floating window workspace
available for aps like Gimp. The only think I haven't
worked out yet in my ratpoison emulation is how to
send the escape character (Ctrl-A A type semantics).
Before I switched to ion, i used the exact setup as
the author which i had independently discovered as well.