awesome-hammerspoon - awesome configuration for Hammerspoon.

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awesome-hammerspoon is my configuration for Hammerspoon. It has highly modal-based, vim-style keybindings, provides some functionality like desktop widgets, window management, application launcher, instant search, aria2 frontend ... etc. Install Hammerspoon first.

http://www.hammerspoon.org
https://github.com/ashfinal/awesome-hammerspoon

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