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You can press [ <code>Mod4 + r</code> to open a prompt box], then type a program name to launch it. You can also [ run xterm with the shortcut <code>Mod4 + Return</code>]. To [ close a window, press <code>Mod4 + w</code>].
Workspaces are highlighted in [ white font] when windows are opened in them (against [ gray font] when it contains no window). The current workspace is [ surrounded with a blue border], if you have multiple screens, workspaces currently displayed in other screens are [ surrounded with a gray border]. You can [ go to a given workspace pressing <code>Mod4 + <workspace ID></code>] (a, s, d, f, u, i, o or p by default). If you go to a workspace that is already displayed in another screen, workspaces will be swapped. You can [ move the current window to a given workspace pressing <code>Mod4 + Shift + <workspace ID></code>].
=== Configuration ===
# The location specified by the <code>-f</code> argument.
# <code>$XDG_CONFIG_HOME/qtile/</code>, if it is set
# <code>~/.config/qtile/</code>
{{tip|At anytime, you can fire <code>Mod4 + Ctrl + r</code> to restart qtile with your new configuration. You should also `tail -f ~/.qtile.log` to checkout errors and warnings while editing your Qtile configuration.}}
In order to configure your Qtile environnement, I would suggest you to start with the default config base and tweak it bit by bit:
$##i## mkdir -p ~/.config/qtile
$##i## wget -O ~/.config/qtile/
$##i## vim ~/.config/qtile/
{{warning|Don't forget to replace "v0.9.1" with the version you installed or it may not work.}}
==== Configuration examples ====
{| class="wikitable"
! Screenshot !! Name !! Link
| ''Not yet available'' || [[User:Pytony|pytony]]'s configuration ||

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