Using i3 has me using keyboard shortcuts for everything, which are themselves beginning to feel like phrases, and tasks like paragraphs.

I never thought a window manager could make that big of a difference.


@franknog i3 is cool, I agree. I started to learn it a while back because I was testing all the window managers for , and the one that struck me the most was , so I decided to start using it on one system. I like it, it's an interesting concept in terms of how to interact with a computer. Not for everyone, and not for every application, but it's very interesting.

i also really liked the i3 concepts of how to avoid bloat, and, most important, how critical documentation is for a tool like i3.

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