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xpytile reviews and mentions
Windows-like quarter tiling on xfce4?
2 projects | reddit.com/r/linuxquestions | 15 Mar 2023
You can request the feature at xfce's gitlab, or write your own script to handle windows however you want. Here are some pre-existing scripts you can try or use for inspiration: x-tile, xpytile.
Best TWM for beginner?
4 projects | reddit.com/r/archlinux | 15 Oct 2022
Without too much disruption to your install, you could try xpytile https://github.com/jaywilkas/xpytile/ within your current DE for a few weeks to see if it works, sort of as a transition if you decide to move forward.
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2 projects | reddit.com/r/EndeavourOS | 14 Sep 2022
You may also want to try xpytile https://github.com/jaywilkas/xpytile/ or zentile https://github.com/blrsn/zentile
gTile or equivalent
2 projects | reddit.com/r/xfce | 9 Sep 2022
As an alternative tiling helper for XFCE I would suggest xpytile.
Shinglify - Tiling window manager within XFCE
6 projects | reddit.com/r/xfce | 30 Nov 2021
If you like, take a look at xpytile ( https://github.com/jaywilkas/xpytile/ ) This pseudo tiling window manager is (in practise) for XFCE only, written in Python.
With r/xfce support, I created a little Window Snapping app for Xfce (and the X Window Server)
2 projects | reddit.com/r/xfce | 5 Sep 2021
When you are looking for an auto-tiling program for XFCE, then perhapy you might want to check out xpytile . This tiling helper also resizes side-by-side / docked windows.
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