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Can I get a taskbar with BPSWM or i3?
3 projects | /r/linuxquestions | 8 May 2022
It's optional though and you can easily replace it with something else. A lot of i3/bspwm users use something like polybar, lemonbar or yabar instead. When I was on bspwm I used tint2. These are all highly customizable, and tiling wm users tend to be the sort who want to customize them, which can be time consuming. But you can use almost anything, even something like the xfce4 panel if you want.
Is there a way to install Polybar on KDE Neon?
2 projects | /r/Polybar | 30 Apr 2021
git clone https://github.com/jaagr/polybar.git
What are some alternatives?
polydock - ✨ A shiny and hackable application dock
herbstluftwm - A manual tiling window manager for X11
archcraft - // Source : ISO
yabar - A modern and lightweight status bar for X window managers.
polybar - A fast and easy-to-use status bar
win3wm - A Tiling Window Manager for windows 10, Inspired by i3wm
bar - A featherweight, lemon-scented, bar based on xcb
scripts - *Well documented* scripts exploiting some useful UNIX utilities.
icewm - A window manager designed for speed, usability, and consistency
blackboxwm - A window manager for X11
Waybar - Highly customizable Wayland bar for Sway and Wlroots based compositors. :v: :tada:
hyprpicker - A wlroots-compatible Wayland color picker that does not suck.