Ratpoison 1.4.9 keyboard shortcuts

Ratpoison 1.4.9

Zeynel Abidin Öztürk -
58 days ago
- Shortcuts
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Ctrl + T then .

Application menu

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Ctrl + T then Ctrl + T

Switch to last window

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Ctrl + T then T

Send Ctrl + T to the current window

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Ctrl + T then 0 - 9

Switch to the numbered window

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Ctrl + T then -

Select no window (hides all windows in the current frame)

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Ctrl + T then ↑   Shift + A

Rename the current window

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + A
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Ctrl + T then ↑   Shift + K

Send a DestroyClient event to the current window. This will terminate the application without question

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + K
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Ctrl + T then N

Go to next window

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or Ctrl + then Ctrl + N
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or Ctrl + T then ⤶ Enter
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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + ⤶ Enter
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or Ctrl + T then Space
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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + Space
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Ctrl + T then P

Go to previous window

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + P
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Ctrl + T then '

Go to a window by name

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + '
You will usually only need to type the first few characters of the window name.
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Ctrl + T then A

Display the current time of day

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + A
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Ctrl + T then C

Open a new X terminal

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + C
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Ctrl + T then L

Redisplay the current window

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + L
Sometimes windows don't respond correctly to the initial maximize event and need some coaxing. This is a fancy way of saying there are still bugs in ratpoison. Above shortcut will force the current window to maximize.
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Ctrl + T then M

Display the last message

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + M
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Ctrl + T then V

Display the version of ratposion

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + V
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Ctrl + T then V

Display ratpoison's license

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + V
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Ctrl + T then W

Display the list of managed windows. The current window is highlighted

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + W
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Ctrl + T then S

Split the current window horizontally in two. The last accessed window not occupying a frame will be the second window

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + S
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Ctrl + T then S

Split the current window vertically in two. The last accessed window not occupying a frame will be the second window

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + S
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Ctrl + T then Tab

Cycle through ratpoison's frames

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Ctrl + T then ♦ Meta + Tab

Switch to the last focused frame

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Ctrl + T then ↑   Shift + Q

Kill all frames but the current one

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Ctrl + T then ↑   Shift + R

Kill the current frame. This is a no-op if there is only one frame

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Ctrl + T then R

Banish the mouse to the lower right corner of the screen

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + B
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Ctrl + T then ?

Display a help screen

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Ctrl + T then F

Select a frame by number

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + F
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Ctrl + T then ↑   Shift + F

Indicate which frame is the current frame

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Ctrl + T then

Move to the frame below the current frame

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Ctrl + T then

Move to the frame left of the current frame

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Ctrl + T then

Move to the frame right of the current frame

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Ctrl + T then

Move to the frame above the current frame

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Ctrl + T then Ctrl +

Exchange the window in the current frame with the window in the frame below it

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Ctrl + T then Ctrl +

Exchange the window in the current frame with the window in the frame to the left of it

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Ctrl + T then Ctrl +

Exchange the window in the current frame with the window in the frame to the rigth of it

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Ctrl + T then Ctrl +

Exchange the window in the current frame with the window in the frame above it

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Ctrl + T then X

Choose a frame and exchange the window in the current frame with the window in the chosen frame

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or Ctrl + T then Ctrl + X

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Program information

Program name: Ratpoison 1.4.9 Ratpoison 1.4.9 (System tools)

Ratpoison is a tiling window manager for the X Window System. Unlike other tiling window managers, Ratpoison completely ignores the mouse (or "rat"). It also avoids window decorations as much as possible.

Web page: nongnu.org/ratpoison

How easy to press shortcuts: 38%

More information >>

Updated: Updated program information. (2 updates.) 8/8/2022 11:13:39 AM New program added.
8/8/2022 11:15:01 AM Updated program information.

Shortcut count: 57

Platform detected: Windows or Linux (not macOS)

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