a bit more
and a bit more refined the clock menu volume and added comixcursors
The theme is a mishmash of 3 basic themes and my tweaking. whiteness > lovena > icenoir-3.3
My thoughts on icewm
Stable, very configurable, fast, standards compliant. Ugly by default but can be made pretty but a little bit heavy compared with some WM's when you add up all it's stuff it's using. That said it's very complete you don't need any other bits and pieces to fill in the gaps. It has a run dialog built in email notification, CPU monitor, network monitor and a host of other stuff. Running round 7.5MB here. IceWM is released under the terms of the GNU Library General Public License.
Of the 4 WM's I've tested for "Dragora tiny" flwm-topside, Windowlab, JWM and icewm. Icewm is the most configurable.
I loved windowlab. Light, fast, easy to configure and a dream to use but a bit buggy. Nice but not standard compliant so some applications would not run or crashed it. Not stable enough for work use. It's a keeper though. Used less then 1MB of ram. Windowlab is released under the terms of the GPLv2 License.
Flwm-topside. Nice but not standard compliant so some applications would not run or crashed it. A little bit trickier to set up but easy enough. Desktop switching was a head fuck, I never got used t it. Used 2 to 3MB of ram. Flwm is released under the terms of the GPLv2+ License.
JWM is very stable, light and fairly configurable but some basic feature were missing and it drove me crazy trying to get around them. It was basically unusable for me until I installed simpleswitcher as alt-tab across all open applications does not exist. Used about 3MB of ram. JWM is released under the terms of the GPLv2 License.
If I was ship wrecked and could only have one it would be icewm for it's shear tweak-ability closely followed by Windowlab because it is a joy to use.