Looks like tiling window managers have either workspaces or tags and the two terms are not interchangeable.
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Congrats to Vivaldi for publishing the mobile browser. Here is my little wishlist of what I consider missing features.
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Text editors are for coders, not for writers. If you are a writer, you need a word processor rather than a text editor. A good minimal terminal-based word processor is Wordgrinder.
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Thanks go to Arcolinux for creating an edition of the Bspwm window manager that I was able to approach, after two years of trying other editions of Bspwm to no avail.
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If you still use a desktop computer for getting most work done, then you also care about hardware peripherals like mouse and keyboard. But some people, such as myself, grow out of mouse and need a trackball.
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Termux emulates a Linux terminal on Android. After installing Termux on your smartphone, run
packages install coreutils to launch the Linux terminal experience. It does not require rooting.
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As much as I love i3 window manager, I am getting more frustrated as I get to know it better. The issues with window focus are piling up.
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Qtile is not too easy out of the box. Here are just some notes of things I need but I could not see in it or could not figure out (in the space of one hour that I had time for for Qtile), based on comparison with i3wm.
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Something I have been looking for very long. Finally I was instructed.
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