"When you first start Fluxbox, you'll probably be scratching
your head and pondering: is this it? Well, that's the idea: Fluxbox
wants to give your screen real estate back to you. It may look a
bit daunting at first, but give it some time and you'll learn to
"Straight away you'll notice that there's no program menu to
click like the K button in KDE or Applications in Gnome. However,
you can bring up a similar type of menu by rightclicking anywhere
on the desktop. This menu contains submenus for different program
categories, and you can drag it around your desktop by clicking on
the bar at the top. To get rid of the menu completely, just
right-click on the menu's top bar."
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