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Calm window manager configuration file.
CWMRC(5) BSD File Formats Manual CWMRC(5)
BSD August 23, 2020 BSD
NAMEcwmrc — calm window manager configuration file
DESCRIPTIONThis manual page describes the openbsd-cwm(1) configuration file. The current line can be extended over multiple lines using a backslash (‘\’). Comments can be put anywhere in the file using a hash mark (‘#’), and extend to the end of the current line. Care should be taken when commenting out multi-line text: the comment is effective until the end of the entire block. Arguments containing whitespace should be surrounded by double quotes ("). The following options are accepted: autogroup group windowclass autogroup group windowname,windowclass Automatically add new windows to group if their class property matches windowclass, or if their name and class properties match windowname and windowclass, respec‐ tively. The more specific last match wins. group is a number between 0 and 9. If group is 0, matching windows will not be added to any group; this may be used to override “sticky group mode”. The name and class values, respectively, for existing windows are both set in the WM_CLASS property and may be obtained using xprop(1). bind keys command Cause the creation of a key binding, or replacement of a default key binding. The modifier keys come first, followed by a ‘-’. The following modifiers are recognised: C The Control key. M The Meta key. S The Shift key. 4 The Mod4 key (normally the windows key). The ‘-’ should be followed by a keysym name, taken from /usr/X11R6/include/X11/keysymdef.h. The command may either be one from the BIND COMMAND LIST (see below) or the command line that is to be executed. A special command keyword “unmap” can be used to remove the named key binding. This can be used to remove a binding which conflicts with an application. borderwidth pixels Set the window border width to pixels. color activeborder color Set the color of the active border. color font color Set menu font color. color selfont color Set font color for selected menu item. color groupborder color Set the color of the border while grouping a window. color inactiveborder color Set the color of the inactive border. color menubg color Set menu background color. color menufg color Set menu foreground color. color urgencyborder color Set the color of the border of a window indicating urgency. color ungroupborder color Set the color of the border while ungrouping a window. command name path Every name entry is shown in the application menu. When selected, the defined path is executed with execve(2). The name entries term and lock have a special meaning. They point to the terminal and screen locking programs specified by key bindings. The defaults are xterm(1) and xlock(1), respectively. fontname font Change the default font for Xft(3). gap top bottom left right Define a “gap” in pixels at the edge of the screen, so that when a window is maxi‐ mized it will not overlap this area. This “gap” can be used for applications such as xclock(1), where the user may wish to remain visible. ignore windowname Ignore, and do not warp to, windows with the name windowname when drawing borders and cycling through windows. mousebind buttons command Cause the creation of a mouse binding, or replacement of a default mouse binding. The modifier keys come first, followed by a ‘-’. The following modifiers are recognised: C The Control key. M The Meta key. S The Shift key. 4 The Mod4 key (normally the windows key). The ‘-’ should be followed by number: 1 Left mouse button. 2 Middle mouse button. 3 Right mouse button. 4 Scroll up mouse button. 5 Scroll down mouse button. The command may be taken from the MOUSEBIND COMMAND LIST (see below). moveamount pixels Set a default size for the keyboard movement bindings, in pixels. The default is 1. snapdist pixels Minimum distance to snap-to adjacent edge, in pixels. The default is 0. sticky yes|no Toggle sticky group mode. The default behavior for new windows is to not assign any group. By enabling sticky group mode, openbsd-cwm(1) will assign new windows to the currently selected group.
EXAMPLE CONFIGURATION# Set default Xft(3) font fontname "sans-serif:pixelsize=14:bold" # Turn on sticky-group mode sticky yes # Any entry here is shown in the application menu command firefox firefox command xmms xmms command top "xterm -e top" # Autogroup definitions autogroup 3 "aterm,XTerm" autogroup 3 "xterm,XTerm" # Ignore programs by that name by not drawing borders around them. ignore XMMS ignore xwi ignore xapm ignore xclock # Key bindings bind CM-r label bind CS-Return "xterm -e top" bind 4-o unmap bind CM-equal unmap bind CMS-equal unmap bind C4-equal vmaximize bind C4S-equal hmaximize bind M-1 grouponly1 bind M-2 grouponly2 bind M-3 grouponly3 bind MS-1 movetogroup1 bind MS-2 movetogroup2 bind MS-3 movetogroup3 # Mouse bindings mousebind M-2 window_lower mousebind M-3 window_resize
BIND COMMAND LISTrestart Restart the running openbsd-cwm(1). quit Quit openbsd-cwm(1). terminal Spawn a new terminal. lock Lock the screen. search Launch window search menu. menusearch Launch application search menu. exec Launch “exec program” menu. exec_wm Launch “exec WindowManager” menu. ssh Launch “ssh” menu. group[n] Select group n, where n is 1-9. grouponly[n] Like group[n] but also hides the other groups. nogroup Select all groups. grouptoggle Toggle group membership of current window. movetogroup[n] Hide current window from display and move to group n, where n is 1-9. cyclegroup Forward cycle through groups. rcyclegroup Reverse cycle through groups. cycle Forward cycle through windows. rcycle Reverse cycle through windows. cycleingroup Forward cycle through windows in current group. rcycleingroup Reverse cycle through windows in current group. delete Delete current window. hide Hide current window. lower Lower current window. raise Raise current window. label Label current window. freeze Freeze current window geometry. sticky Stick current window to all groups (same as assigning to nogroup). fullscreen Full-screen current window (gap + border removed). maximize Maximize current window (gap + border honored). vmaximize Vertically maximize current window (gap + border honored). hmaximize Horizontally maximize current window (gap + border honored). moveup Move window moveamount pixels up. movedown Move window moveamount pixels down. moveright Move window moveamount pixels right. moveleft Move window moveamount pixels left. bigmoveup Move window 10 times moveamount pixels up. bigmovedown Move window 10 times moveamount pixels down. bigmoveright Move window 10 times moveamount pixels right. bigmoveleft Move window 10 times moveamount pixels left. resizeup Resize window moveamount pixels up. resizedown Resize window moveamount pixels down. resizeright Resize window moveamount pixels right. resizeleft Resize window moveamount pixels left. bigresizeup Resize window 10 times moveamount pixels up. bigresizedown Resize window 10 times moveamount pixels down. bigresizeright Resize window 10 times moveamount pixels right. bigresizeleft Resize window 10 times moveamount pixels left. ptrmoveup Move pointer moveamount pixels up. ptrmovedown Move pointer moveamount pixels down. ptrmoveright Move pointer moveamount pixels right. ptrmoveleft Move pointer moveamount pixels left. bigptrmoveup Move pointer 10 times moveamount pixels up. bigptrmovedown Move pointer 10 times moveamount pixels down. bigptrmoveright Move pointer 10 times moveamount pixels right. bigptrmoveleft Move pointer 10 times moveamount pixels left. htile Current window is placed at the top of the screen and maximized horizon‐ tally, other windows in its group share remaining screen space. vtile Current window is placed on the left of the screen and maximized verti‐ cally, other windows in its group share remaining screen space.
MOUSEBIND COMMAND LISTwindow_move Move current window. window_resize Resize current window. window_lower Lower current window. window_raise Raise current window. window_hide Hide current window. window_grouptoggle Toggle group membership of current window. cyclegroup Forward cycle through groups. rcyclegroup Reverse cycle through groups. menu_group Launch group list. menu_unhide Launch hidden window list. menu_cmd Launch command list.
FILES~/.cwmrc default openbsd-cwm(1) configuration file
HISTORYThe cwmrc file format first appeared in OpenBSD 4.4.
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|refer to||execve(2) | openbsd-cwm(1) | xclock(1) | Xft(3) | xprop(1) | xterm(1)|