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Date:      Sat, 15 Aug 2020 23:29:20 -0700
From:      Weaver <weaver@riseup.net>
To:        freebsd-questions@freebsd.org
Subject:   Re: A nice looking WM to replace a DE
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On 16-08-2020 15:43, Victor Sudakov wrote:
> Dear Colleagues,
> 
> There is a box where I'd like to ditch Xfce for a more simple setup with
> just a window manager (WM) and a couple of xterms. This would set the
> resources free from the gnome-shit which Xfce runs in the background.
> Is it still possible?
> 
> If you run this kind of configuration, can you answer some questions for
> me?
> 
> 1. What good-looking WM would you recommend from the ports? I had a
> quick look at fvwm and was appalled how dated and ugly it looks to the
> modern eye. Even twm is better aesthetically but not rich enough
> for me. A minimal number of dependencies is an advantage.
> 
> 2. Without a full-featured DE, how do you setup Xserver parameters? I've
> long forgotten how to configure multiple keyboard layouts, nice fonts,
> various hotkeys (layout switching etc). Is it still done via the global
> xorg.conf or is it possible on a per-user basis?

All the above is possible with enlightenment.
Resource requirement is minimal and very configurable.

-- 
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by the wise as false,
and by the rulers as useful'.

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