Following a tutorial from a Brazilian blog I found some tips on the PyTyle, but I did not succeed, I received several errors and all related to x11, but searching I found the QuickTile // QuickTile Github // Aur which have the same proposal and works perfectly well in AL (I’ll make a video demonstrating)
Demonstration with PyTyle in Openbox (distro Slackware)
(I know the video’s author.)
Blog with the tips: Mundo GNU - How-To :: Tiling Window no OpenBox
More information here: Manual Tiling in Openbox
I know it’s possible to add some lines in /etc/xdg/openbox/rc.xml or ~/.config/openbox/rc.xml anywhere between the and </ keyboard> line.
(I could not put the lines here, there are many, I think the forum has no option of “spoiler box”)
Now the question: Does anyone in the forum use something similar in Openbox to make i3 look like that?
(if the post is not in the right place I apologize, also for the mistakes)