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<p>gridmgr is a command line tool which provides keyboard-bindable commands for easy window manipulation. Commands include placement of windows into predefined grid layouts, directional selection of adjacent windows, and directional movement of windows to adjacent monitors. This is all accomplished without requiring a full-blown tiling window manager, nor any sort of background process, service, or configuration.</p>
<p>gridmgr is a command line tool which provides keyboard-bindable commands for easy window manipulation in any X11 window manager. Commands include placement of windows into predefined grid layouts, directional selection of adjacent windows, and directional movement of windows to adjacent monitors. This is all accomplished without requiring a full-blown tiling window manager, nor any sort of background process, service, or configuration.</p>

<p>With gridmgr, you gain the organizational strengths of a tiling window manager, without sacrificing the free-form flexibility that you get from a stacking window manager. Or, if you're already using a tiling window manager, it gives you some nice commands for window movement and selection.</p>



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<p class="header">Video</p>

<p align="center"><iframe src="http://player.vimeo.com/video/37074904?portrait=0" width="561" height="200" frameborder="0" webkitAllowFullScreen mozallowfullscreen allowFullScreen></iframe></p>
<p>Click the image to see an example of gridmgr in action:</p>

<p><a href="http://player.vimeo.com/video/37074904?portrait=0"><img src="/vimeo-37074904.jpg" alt="demo video screenshot showing gridmgr usage" /></a></p>

<p>Playing around with gridmgr on a two-monitor system running Openbox.</p>


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