Currently we have our themes and configurations grouped into three categories. Fvwm 2.x Standard format Themes conform to the guidelines in the How-to Submit page, and have been tested and found to function under Fvwm version 2.2.2. Fvwm 2.x non-standard themes do not conform to the standard format, and may or may not work without hacking. Fvwm 1.x non-standard group contains all the Fvwm 1.x configurations available.
All the Fvwm 2.x configurations that do not conform to the standard format in the how-to submit section are here. They may require extensive modification to work correctly on your system. We do not accept further additions to this section.
|Zinc by Patrick Finerty||Fvwm 2.0.45+|
|A kind-of futuristic, metallic looking setup. Simple and unobtrusive. Uses modules: FvwmAuto, FvwmBacker, FvwmBanner, FvwmButtons, FvwmForm, FvwmPager.||>256 colors|
|Acavallo by Antonio Cavallo||Fvwm 2.0.45+|
This is my first attempt to write an fvwm2rc using
Debian fvwm2rc style and files, heavly modified: I
hope you like it. Uses modules: FvwmBanner, FvwmButtons.
Ed. Comment- This is a very attractive and clean set up, with flat titles and decorations and an easy interface.
|CD-player by Kendrick Vargas||Fvwm 2.0.45+|
Extreemly attractive. FVWM Resource clobbered the heck out of
this config to get it to run. If you want the original self-installing
scripts email FVWM Resource.|
This is a configuration for Fvwm2 that looks sorta like a CD-Player... I deliberately went for this look, using gradients to give a sort-of bezel effect to windows. I also designed icons to look like common CD transport buttons.
|Stone by Austin Donnelly||Fvwm 2.0.45+|
|Simple but functional configuration with marble effect borders around the windows. It is the result of 3 or 4 years of evolved use. It relies on the Decors stuff that was first introduced in 2.0.45. It uses the FvwmPager modules, but the other modules are available on a menu.||>256 colors|