Tiling window manager, extensible in LUA, supporting Tiling/Tabbing/Static window layout configurations.
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Pro Uses LUA scripting language
Notion uses the powerful and efficient scripting language, LUA, for configuration and scripting.
Pro Offers both tiling and floating windows
Notion allows the user to have both tiling and floating windows in the same workspaces, which not only adds variation but allows for flexibility in appeasing the user's preferences.
Pro Easy to manipulate the layout
It is easy to manage the tiling layout of notion: the user can sort and re-size tiles by keyboard or mouse (unlike many tiling window managers which perform auto-layout).
Pro Multiple workspaces
Multiple workspaces are supported in notion.
Pro Light resource usage
Lightweight, requiring few resources to run smoothly, notion is perfect for systems with low resources.
Con System tray can be difficult to add
Setting up a system tray on the desktop can be difficult to accomplish.
Con Complicated configuration
Compared to other window managers, notion is rather hard to configure. There are five different files that you have to tinker with in order to configure notion the way you want it to be. This may not be too difficult but it is still much more difficult than WMs that only require change to one single text file.