Wow, you're brilliant!Works perfectly!Thanks a lot iMBeCil. (Sorry I called you Junkie before, that must hurt!)Ps In regard to Pekwm I find it the most reliable of the three common 'boxes'. This is Linux so, heck, you use what you like. I am very much into how good each WM looks and so both Fluxbox and Pekwm just blow away Openbox.
PekWM offers an additional solution: window grouping. It allows a variety of different applications to be grouped together in a single window. Most everyone is familiar with tabbed browsing by now. Window grouping takes this one step further.
You need to edit the openbox themerc file so that titlebar colors will match up with the gtk theme you're using.Openbox Themes HelpIn openbox (as far as I know) the window buttons can only be one color for active/inactive/hover; you would have to switch to fluxbox or pekwm if you want different colored pixmaps for the window buttons with a similar amount of resource usage and fuctionality.
Short answer: no.There are some tools that will provide some degree of tabbed window functionality in openbox - but these are add ons. Openbox does not provide such an option. This may be the biggest difference between the two *boxes (and the only advantage of fluxbox IMHO).
xor wrote:it seems there is an automatism hidden somewhere to prefer openbox over other window managers.update-alternatives: using /usr/bin/openbox to provide /usr/bin/x-window-manager (x-window-manager) in auto mode.
update-alternatives: using /usr/bin/openbox-session to provide /usr/bin/x-session-manager (x-session-manager) in auto mode.this keeps me from running parallel wm installations as lon
saljut7 wrote:Is there an hotkey-combination to kick windows in the same virtual desktop from one display to the other (like win+shift+left/right-arrow on win-systems)?I don't really know, as I do not use OpenBox (I use #! with PekWM). But try to google for 'openbox move between heads' or 'openbox move between monitor' ... I know that OpenBox has <monitor> (i.e.