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{{citelink|url=http://openbox.org/|txt=Openbox}} is a highly configurable, minimalist window manager. It is the window manager used by LXDE but can also be run separately from LXDE.
 
{{citelink|url=http://openbox.org/|txt=Openbox}} is a highly configurable, minimalist window manager. It is the window manager used by LXDE but can also be run separately from LXDE.
  
Figure 6.11a provides a screenshot of Openbox running on a PC-BSD® system. The application menu was launched by right-clicking on an area of the desktop.
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Figure 6.12a provides a screenshot of Openbox running on a PC-BSD® system. The application menu was launched by right-clicking on an area of the desktop.
  
'''Figure 6.11a: Openbox on a PC-BSD® System'''
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'''Figure 6.12a: Openbox on a PC-BSD® System'''
  
 
[[File:OpenBox.png]]
 
[[File:OpenBox.png]]
  
The application menu contains an entry for the Openbox Configuration Manager which can be used to customize settings such as themes, appearance, mouse, and margins. A screenshot of this configuration utility is shown in Figure 6.11b.
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The application menu contains an entry for the Openbox Configuration Manager which can be used to customize settings such as themes, appearance, mouse, and margins. A screenshot of this configuration utility is shown in Figure 6.12b.
  
'''Figure 6.11b: Openbox Configuration Manager'''
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'''Figure 6.12b: Openbox Configuration Manager'''
  
 
[[File:Openbox-config.png]]
 
[[File:Openbox-config.png]]

Revision as of 11:21, 4 December 2012

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Openbox[1] is a highly configurable, minimalist window manager. It is the window manager used by LXDE but can also be run separately from LXDE.

Figure 6.12a provides a screenshot of Openbox running on a PC-BSD® system. The application menu was launched by right-clicking on an area of the desktop.

Figure 6.12a: Openbox on a PC-BSD® System

OpenBox.png

The application menu contains an entry for the Openbox Configuration Manager which can be used to customize settings such as themes, appearance, mouse, and margins. A screenshot of this configuration utility is shown in Figure 6.12b.

Figure 6.12b: Openbox Configuration Manager

Openbox-config.png

A list of websites containing additional themes is available from the Openbox wiki[2].

Translations:Handbook translating/common/14


  1. http://openbox.org/
  2. http://openbox.org/wiki/Openbox:Themes
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