IceWM 3.1 Released For This Fast & Simple X11 Window Manager

Written by Michael Larabel in X.Org on 24 October 2022 at 04:55 AM EDT. 23 Comments
Earlier this month marked the release of IceWM 3.0 as this X11 window manager that has been around since the late 90's. IceWM 3.1 is now available with various fixes and minor additions -- including refinements to the tabbed windows support introduced in IceWM 3.0.

IceWM 3.1 introduces a new window option "frame" to automatically group application windows with the same "frame" value as tabs within a single frame. IceWM 3.1 also now shows indicators for the presence of tabs on the title bar, clicking on the title bar tab indicators can change tabs, tray hints are now preserved across restarts, improved Alt + Tab handling, improvements to the CMake build system integration, and a variety of other changes.


Downloads and more details on the IceWM 3.1 window manager changes via GitHub.
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