[manjaro-general] Tiling Windows In OpenBox
oberon at manjaro.org
Sat Aug 8 20:19:00 CEST 2015
You can install i3 on top of OB, which was done in the old i3 edition.
i3 is mostly run by keyboard commands - you would not even have to use
the mouse at all if you like ... and it has good capabilities for
floating windows also.
You could just play around in the i3 live environment a bit to get to
know the system and then you can see if you want to try to integrate it
into your openbox, or maybe just use pure i3... :)
Best to read some introductions about i3 first and watch a few tutorial
videos maybe... ;)
On 08/08/15 20:07, Philip Müller wrote:
> Hi Bernhard,
> since it is similar to your edition, do you have a tip here? Or is it
> differently handled in your i3 edition?
> Am 06.08.2015 um 05:24 schrieb Simon Harms:
>> Hi there, Simon here! ;D
>> What is the best way for me to tile my desktop in a grid? Usually I use
>> Docky to do it, but then I have to use the mouse, and it would be so much better
>> if I could use a keyboard shortcut. I tried tile-windows from the AUR but it
>> tiles all windows and ignores my settings. I tried Pytyle3 but it wouldn't set
>> the keyboard shortcut. Any other ideas? I looked at the Docky source code but
>> even as a C# developer I really didn't understand it.
>> Thanks, your buddy, Simon.
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