Well, OK. It’s not really much different from my other config — but I decided to move a few things around to try and gain some more screen real-estate.
Essentially, I have (more or less) the same FvwmButtons bar as I always had, along the left-hand side of the screen this time, as FvwmPager swallowed in a separate instance of FvwmButtons, which I can use to navigate between desks. (I stole the idea from fvwm-themes).
Hence in this way, I no longer have the need for EWMHBaseStruts.
In case it wasn’t clear, my post was meant in jest. You see, I consider my setup to be super minimal and yet it still manages to require a 300 line config file. If I commented the config file the way you’ve done yours, it would easily be 1500+ lines long. So it was an inside joke that only I’m on the inside of.
I haven’t had a chance yet to digest your config file, but it’s been enlightening so far. Thanks for posting it.
Nothing exciting. Oh, and before anyone replies with such comments as: “Wow, that’s ugly”, or: “Don’t you have any interesting applications to run?”, or: “God, you suck”, don’t. My screenshots reflect whatever I happen to be doing at the time.
I don’t think it’s ugly, but I cannot help getting flashbacks of the EGA palette and old Sierra games from your screenshot. Could easily be adapted to CGA colors as well!
Personally, I’ve been stuck with the same basic look in Fvwm since 1998. I’ve only changed the color of the title bar and the contents in the FvwmButtons bar and menus.
I also don’t run any fancy applications, mainly rxvt, emacs and firefox, and mostly have these fullscreen (apart from the terminals). My setup looks plain and perhaps boring - no transparent windows, no fancy modules, black terminals and a solid-color background - but I’m very happy with it.