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Afterstep's look and feel is based on the Nextstep desktop from the NEXT operating system. Afterstep has many bells and whistles not traditionally found in the X-Windows world. For example, clicking on a mouse button will generate a beeping sound. Another eye catching visual cue is the way windows flip down in an animated fashion when you click on the minimize button. Much of the behaviour of Aftersteps can be customized through Afterstep's popup menu. Basic properties of the look and feel can be changed through the menus, but adding new programs to the popup menus still requires editing a configuration file. Afterstep is a good window manager for people who like flashy graphics or sound. It is also a lot easier to configure than some of the other window managers mentioned. I especially liked the ability to control the mouse speed through menus.Enlightenment
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