Talking tilling window manager and at the end the os is Arch ;)

Hi great team,
i have followed this Tilling Video about tilling manager form the alternative.ch
Very interesting.

After two hours, the os is Arch linux with only 560 packages, respect. Pleasure :wink:

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LOL, I like her tee, but I’m not feeling ready to listen for 2 hours. :smiley:

I remember watching this a couple of years ago but I also remember that this video had waaay more views, so I just looked for it and found it. This video is indeed the same one BUT the guy in the first comment wrote the right time for each window manager she talked about (if you want to watch them individually of course).

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Nope. I’m focused on Comedy Central at the time. One more beer, please. :smiley:

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Hi Great Guy’s,
in the script installation, for the next release is it possible to add yaxwm like it is the case for i3, dwm and so one wm.
I have installed it for test, i like it more and more. Simple, stable and poor in using computer resource ?

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I understand what you’re saying, and I don’t mean to snarky (or worse) but in the spirit of this thread, that line should probably be written as:

Simple, stable and efficient in using computer resources.

The way you have it written is actually a bit of an insult.

I agree; I’m looking forward to an official release of yaxwm.

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@PackRat
thanks , i need to progress in english :wink:
thousand excuse @natemaia

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We know what you meant. :smiley:

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Your English s pretty fine to me @Naltap

Anyways, keep it on.

I love using i3. I haven’t tried any other tiling wm because I am used to it and already spent too much time to configure to my liking. I think I spent 10 hours just trying to find a font that I like to use for my URxvt haha

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Dude. I lost countless hours trying to find the perfect font. I am settled now on terminus though.

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I really like terminus which I was using before I did the reinstall, but it doesn’t have those fancy-shmancy glyps lol

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