Basic WM controls
To control their window managers, most users rely on shortcuts based on
Super. The ADM42 encourages this practice by providing
Super on both sides.
- Primary actions:
- Secondary (or move) actions:
- Dangerous actions (quit/kill/...):
Tiling and mouse
For that reason Left
Super is automatically pending when Linux is detected (in order to use the mouse with the right hand).
Useful key bindings
Consider these key combinations to control common tasks like cycling windows, launching a terminal or dmenu:
Use both hands simultaneously to benefit of the Opposite MODs as TAPs.
If one has no other usage for the
F keys (
F10), they can be used instead of combinations with numbers to switch deskop and move windows.
- Switch to desktop 1-10:
- Move window to desktop 1-10: