Musca has a set of default key bindings. Each binding simply executes a command. All Musca key bindings start with a modifier key (M below), which is bound to Mod4 by default. Mod4 is usually Super_L or the left hand Windows key. This is most convenient as it leaves Ctrl/Alt free for application use.
||Run a Musca command via dmenu.
||split frame in half horizontally to form two frames.
||split frame in half vertically to form two frames.
||remove the current frame and resize others to fill the gap.
||remove all other frames except the current one, resizing it to full screen.
||revert the last frame layout change.
||(toggle) dedicate the current frame to the current app.
||(toggle) set the current frame as a catch-all, where all new windows will open.
||change focus to the frame on the left.
||change focus to the frame on the right.
||change focus to the frame above.
||change focus to the frame below.
|M+Ctrl+Left and M+Ctrl+Right
||resize current frame horizontally.
|M+Ctrl+Up and M+Ctrl+Down
||resize current frame vertically.
||launch a terminal.
||launch an app via dmenu.
||switch windows in the current frame, via dmenu.
||politely close the window in the current frame via a close event. Press again to forcibly kill it.
||cycle a hidden window into the current frame.
||swap the current window with the window in the frame on the left.
||swap the current window with the window in the frame on the right.
||swap the current window with the window in the frame above.
||swap the current window with the window in the frame below.
||switch groups via dmenu.
||switch to the previous group. (PageUp == X11 Prior)
||switch to the next group. (PageDn == X11 Next)
||(toggle) switch the current group between ''tiling'' and ''stacking'' window modes.
||switch to the next available screen.