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Awesome Window Manager – Cheatsheet

I created a cheatsheet for the popular window manager awesome in LaTeX.

Awesome is a neat, highly configurable window manager for X. It is available for all the main linux distributions.
I use awesome because it gets you highly productive. Since you can completely use it by keyboard and since it is a tiling window manager you don’t have to waste time on thinking about arranging your screen or move your hand from keyboard to mouse.

 
The sheet is available on my github account as a *.tex and as a *.pdf file. I think the code could be useful for other people, maybe for creating similar cheat sheets – since they all use nearly the same layout.

Click here to directly get the pdf.

Category: LaTeX, Typography

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  2. Johannes says:

    Danke dir! Hat mir Arbeit gespart!

  3. Corky says:

    Thanks!

  4. Frederik says:

    Never got around to saying thank you, but this cheat sheet greatly helped me learning how to use awesome, which I’ve been happily using for over two years now.
    So, thanks you!

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