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Fluxbox 1.3 Released | What’s new | Compile

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Fluxbox is a great lightweight X window manager based on Blackbox 0.61.1 built using C++. Fluxbox has a simple friendly user-interface quite easy to use for any user, and does not require a high machine performance to use it. Been a long time since last Fluxbox stable release from two years, finally Fluxbox 1.3 has been released today with quite a few new features we will take a look at along with installation methods for Fluxbox 1.3.

What’s new in FluxBox 1.3

Added support for bidirectional text, #2801836.
Allow to override ‘Focus New Windows’ via .fluxbox/apps
New actions:
- ActivateTab
- ArrangeWindowsVertical
New ‘MoveN’ and ‘ClickN’ action support for keys file

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