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if you middle button drag a tab to another they will "snap" together. you can also specify a set of windows that will always snap together (useful for gimp) also if you use the right hand root menu on the tab then any new window from that app will attach. I dont generally use them unless its getting too messy.
yup. just like in galeon where you grab a tab and move it to the left or right. same idea. i use the middle button on my logitech mouse to drag-n-connect. you can even have commonly connected programs automaticly connect together on launch.
Okay cool. I installed fluxbox0.9.2 to see whats going on. Its buggy so I had to go back to the stable version but when its done I will be the happy Linux user ever. It has transperency! oh...and a bunch of other cool stuff.
Thanks a lot, now I can get rid of my calendar-clock dockapp. You know dockapps are cool, but the thing that draws me to fluxbox is its utter simplicity. Sometimes dockapps just seem to get in the way.
ok, I guess I'll throw my screenshot into the mix.
Originally posted by MasterC Any chance you know when it's intended release date is? I see 30 Jun on the site, but from all your threads I am assuming you know more than we do, so maybe you can spill some info on us