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Welcome to the community maintained documentation for Openbox! Please help out and add your own articles or improve the ones that are already here.

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Contents

rc.xml

Configuration

  • The configuration documentation has details on the various options you can set in rc.xml.

Application settings

  • Customize properties such as borders, geometry, workspace presence, layering etc. on a per-application basis.

Mouse & keybindings

Binding documentation

  • Improve productivity and customize the function of your desktop by binding actions to key/mouse buttons (commonly called hot keys).

Actions

  • Comprehensive documentation of all actions available for key and mouse bindings and the options which can affect their behavior.

Menus

Menu documentation

  • Describes how to set up your own menus in Openbox.

Actions

  • The actions documentation lists all of the actions available for use in Openbox menus.

Pipe menus

  • Documentation of the pipe menu function. If you're looking for scripts there are a number of pipe menus available on the community page.

Generating an applications menu

  • There are a number of pipe menus that can generate your applications menu from what packages are installed on the system. See this section for a complete list.

Themes

Theme specification

  • Comprehensive detail and documentation all of the elements found in an Openbox theme.

Openbox 3.4 theme file changes

Desktop Environments

Openbox in GNOME

  • Instructions for running Openbox in the GNOME desktop environment and getting things to work how you want.

Openbox in KDE

  • Instructions for running Openbox in K Desktop Environment.

Openbox in XFCE

  • Instructions for running Openbox in the XFCE desktop enviroment.

No Desktop Environment

openbox-session

  • Running Openbox outside of common desktop environments and community maintained list of applications/widgets to enhance functionality of Openbox.

Autostart

  • The autostart documentation gives instructions on how to launch programs with Openbox at startup (when not running Openbox inside a full desktop environment like XFCE or KDE).

Miscellaneous

rc.xml Configuration examples

Feature list

  • A list of features found in the Openbox windowmanager.

Frequently asked questions

Compiling from source

  • Details what you need to build the latest version of Openbox, and how to install it correctly.

Using Git

  • Explains how to get bleeding-edge Openbox code for testing or developing with.

ObConf

  • Obconf provides a simple graphical user interface to ease configuration for new Openbox users.

Upgrading to 3.4

  • Walks through all the changes made since version 3.3, and there is a lot of them. Some of them mean new configuration options and features available to you, that you need to update your configuration to access.

Other resources

  • The Arch wiki has a lot of great information on setting up and using Openbox.
  • Many Openbox questions have been answered in forums around the internet. Trying a search may be fruitful.


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