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Top 9 Python window-manager Projects
:cookie: A full-featured, hackable tiling window manager written and configured in Python (X11 + Wayland)Project mention: How fedora workstation will run on this laptop? | /r/Fedora | 2023-05-28
Hello 👋, I use Gnome for my ThinkPad it works nice for me. But giving your ram I would suggest a window manager like Qtile which I prefer and I am about move from Gnome to it when I finish my configurations. But if you want something which will be usable out of the box Xfce is a nice choice too as people mentioned above. 😁😁 Here is the link to GitHub for Qtile if you want to give it a glance https://github.com/qtile/qtile
Adds window-tiling hotkeys to any X11 desktop. (An analogue to WinSplit Revolution for people who don't want to use Compiz Grid)Project mention: Recommend a tiling windows manager | /r/Gentoo | 2023-05-07
You might wanna have a look at quicktile. It's basically an addon that adds tiling to existing WM. Works well, but lacks some of the intrgrations dedicated tiling WM have.
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🔮 A flexible, tree-based layout for Qtile
// Configuration : i3wmProject mention: What is a tiling wm and how can I use it? | /r/linux4noobs | 2022-07-09
I suggest you use Adis stuff, its absolutely glorious: https://github.com/archcraft-os/archcraft-i3wm/tree/main/files
My ~/.config/qtile (by ramnes)Project mention: How do you open a Terminal ? | /r/linuxmasterrace | 2022-06-30
Note however that I did find a good solution to it via aiomanhole, which allows me to directly interact with the server process and inspect/traverse the objects there. See this config from one of the qtile maintainers for how to set up aiomanhole.
a layout management framework for swayProject mention: Master and Stack setup | /r/swaywm | 2023-02-27
If you want Master stack on sway there is Layman https://github.com/frap129/layman Sway is more documented and easier to configure.
// Configuration : xmonadProject mention: command line tool to make desktop files on the fly | /r/commandline | 2022-09-16
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// Configuration : qtileProject mention: My new coding, study, and productivity setup | /r/linuxmint | 2023-05-26
I downloaded it from here
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