LeftWM has been built with multiple screens and ultrawide monitors support in mind, supporting the creation of several workspaces on one screen and a single workspace across multiple screens. It also manages keybindings
dbus-launch leftwm with xinit.
leftwm.desktop as Xsession which starts the window manager.
See the GitHub Readme for more information.
|Mod + (1-9)||Switch to a desktop/tag|
|Mod + Shift + (1-9)||Move the focused window to desktop/tag|
|Mod + W||Switch the desktops for each screen. Desktops  changes to |
|Mod + Shift + W||Move window to the other desktop|
|Mod + (⬆️⬇️)||Focus on the different windows in the current workspace|
|Mod + Shift + (⬆️⬇️)||Move the different windows in the current workspace|
|Mod + Enter||Move selected window to the top of the stack in the current workspace|
|Mod + Ctrl + (⬆️⬇️)||Switch between different layouts|
|Mod + Shift + (⬅➡)||Switch between different workspaces|
|Mod + Shift + Enter||Open a terminal|
|Mod + Ctrl + L||Lock the screen|
|Mod + Shift + X||Exit LeftWM|
|Mod + Shift + Q||Close the current window|
|Mod + Shift + R||Reload LeftWM and its config|
|Mod + p||Use dmenu to start application|