RIOW(1) RIOW(1) NAME riow - keyboard-controller for rio(1) SYNOPSIS riow [ -s label ] DESCRIPTION riow provides keyboard controlling for rio(1) in the manner of i3, sway and ratpoison. It does so by working with /dev/kbdtap (see rio(4)) and /dev/wsys. riow outputs the current desktop number onto fd 3, which can be used by programs like bar(1). Running A minimal example of running riow with status output to bar(1): </dev/kbdtap riow >/dev/kbdtap | bar Example of running riow with other programs handling input: </dev/kbdtap ktrans | reform/shortcuts | riow >/dev/kbdtap | bar Keyboard shortcuts Kmod4+0…9 Switches to the specified virtual desktops. There are ten in total. Kmod4+Shift+0…9 Moves the current window to the specified virtual desk- top. Kmod4+f Toggle between fullscreen and normal mode for the cur- rent window. Kmod4+s Toggle "sticky" mode for the current window. In this mode the window is staying while the user is switching between desktops. By default, programs like winwatch, catclock, kbmap, etc are in sticky mode. Additional programs can be added to that list on startup by speci- fying their labels with -s option. Kmod4+enter Spawn a new window(1). Kmod4+h/j/k/l Focus left/down/up/right. RIOW(1) RIOW(1) Kmod4+arrows Move the current window in the specified direction. Kmod4+control+arrows Same, but in bigger steps. Kmod4+shift+arrows Resize the current window. Kmod4+shift+control+arrows Same, but in bigger steps. SOURCE /sys/src/cmd/riow.c SEE ALSO bar(1), rio(4), ktrans(1) HISTORY Riow first appeared in 9front (September, 2022). BUGS Yes.