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==Using Notion==
 
==Using Notion==

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Reason: This article tells no more than Notion's entry in Window Manager. (Discuss in Talk:Notion#)

Notion - tiling, tabbed window manager for X

Installation

notion is part of the Arch Linux [community] repository.

Starting Notion

You can start Notion from the command line by adding exec notion' to ~/.xinitrc or any other startup script you may want to use. An example .xinitrc file can be found below.

DEFAULT_SESSION=notion
case $1 in
awesome) 
                   exec awesome
                   ;;
notion) 
                   exec notion
                   ;;
openbox) 
                   exec openbox-session
                   ;;
*) 
                   exec $DEFAULT_SESSION
                   ;;
esac

Using Notion

You can view Notion's man page at any time during use by pressing the F1 key and pressing the return key This will tell you the default key bindings for Notion. You can also access the man page for other programs this way by pressing F1, typing in the program's name and pressing return.

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