Fvwm on Windows?

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Fvwm on Windows?

Postby Treadstone » Sat Mar 21, 2009 5:04 pm

I know it's crazy idea, but what you think about using FVWM on Windows? I'm musican and there are many specyfic windows applications and I have to see ugly, overloaded, useless windows theme. I also think many new developers may be interested about working on FVWM when it will goes on most popular OS.

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Re: Fvwm on Windows?

Postby thomasadam » Sun Mar 22, 2009 12:29 am

Treadstone wrote:I know it's crazy idea, but what you think about using FVWM on Windows? I'm musican and there are many specyfic windows applications and I have to see ugly, overloaded, useless windows theme. I also think many new developers may be interested about working on FVWM when it will goes on most popular OS.

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Re: Fvwm on Windows?

Postby JDaniels » Wed Mar 25, 2009 6:14 pm

You might want to check out LiteStep. It's a replacement shell for Windows.

Edit: Here is a list of other shell programs: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Windows_shell_replacement


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