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[[Category:Tiling WMs]]
 
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[http://notion.sf.net Notion] is a tiling, tabbed [[window manager]] for X.
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[[ja:Notion]]
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[http://notion.sourceforge.net/ Notion] is a tiling, tabbed [[window manager]] for X.
  
 
==Installation==
 
==Installation==
  
Install {{Pkg|notion}} from the  [[Official Repositories]].
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[[Install]] {{Pkg|notion}}.
  
==Starting Notion==
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==Starting==
  
You can start Notion from the command line by adding {{Ic|exec notion}} to ~/.xinitrc or any other startup script you may want to use.  An example .xinitrc file can be found below.
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Run {{ic|notion}} with [[xinit]].
  
DEFAULT_SESSION=notion
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===With a display manager===
case $1 in
 
awesome)
 
                    exec awesome
 
                    ;;
 
notion)
 
                    exec notion
 
                    ;;
 
openbox)
 
                    exec openbox-session
 
                    ;;
 
*)
 
                    exec $DEFAULT_SESSION
 
                    ;;
 
esac
 
  
==Using Notion==
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To start/select Notion with a [[display manager]], a standard .desktop file can be created in the {{ic|/usr/share/xsessions/}} directory. An example {{ic|notion.desktop}} file can be found below:
  
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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[Desktop Entry]
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Name=Notion
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Comment=This session logs you into Notion
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Exec=/usr/bin/notion
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TryExec=/usr/bin/notion
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Icon=
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Type=XSession
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See the [[display manager]] article for more details.
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==Usage==
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You can view Notion's man page during use with 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. Besides the manual there is also a [http://raboof.github.io/notion/tour/ getting started tour] available for a quick overview of Notion.
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==Configuration==
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Notion can be configured using Lua. To get started, copy {{ic|/etc/notion/cfg_notion.lua}} to {{ic|~/.notion}}. For more information, read [http://notion.sourceforge.net/notionconf/ Configuring and Extending Notion using Lua].
  
 
==See also==
 
==See also==
*http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/notion/index.php?title=Tour - Tour of Notion
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*http://notion.sourceforge.net/ - Notion website
*http://notion.sourceforge.net/notionconf/ - Configuring and Extending Notion using LUA
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*http://notion.sourceforge.net/notionconf/ - Configuring and Extending Notion using Lua
*http://sourceforge.net/apps/mediawiki/notion - Notion Wiki
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*https://sourceforge.net/projects/notion/ - Notion Wiki

Latest revision as of 13:06, 7 May 2018

Notion is a tiling, tabbed window manager for X.

Installation

Install notion.

Starting

Run notion with xinit.

With a display manager

To start/select Notion with a display manager, a standard .desktop file can be created in the /usr/share/xsessions/ directory. An example notion.desktop file can be found below:

[Desktop Entry]
Name=Notion
Comment=This session logs you into Notion
Exec=/usr/bin/notion
TryExec=/usr/bin/notion
Icon=
Type=XSession

See the display manager article for more details.

Usage

You can view Notion's man page during use with 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. Besides the manual there is also a getting started tour available for a quick overview of Notion.

Configuration

Notion can be configured using Lua. To get started, copy /etc/notion/cfg_notion.lua to ~/.notion. For more information, read Configuring and Extending Notion using Lua.

See also