dwm (the dynamic window manager) is the backbones of LARBS and its graphical environment.
LARBS has built-in documentation for dwm, which can be obtain by pressing
super + F1 or by clicking the small ❓ in the top right corner.
If you’re viewing this online, click here to see the pdf which is a full guide to dwm.
That should be your guide for upping your dwm power-level, but here are some generalities:
- dwm automatically tiles windows by the pattern of your choosing, and most active windows are given visual preference. You can turn off tiling if you need, or float individual windows.
- Everything is a keybinding, including all the main programs used in LARBS. The goal is to minimize the distance between mind and matter, so that computing becomes reflexive: you can think up an email to send, and have it sent in 10 seconds.