A tiling window manager is a window manager which organizes windows into non-overlapping frames.

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Change Tiling size in Gnome 3

Is it possible to change the tiling size of windows (by moving them to the right or left edge of the monitor) in gnome 3? Usually the left and the right window are each 50% wide but I'd like to make ...
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Make Guake Float in i3wm

I want to default Guake to open as a floating window under i3. I created an entry under ~/.i3/config that reads as the following. My code is - for_window [class="guake"] floating enable My xprop ...
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urxvt - force column width

I'm using urxvt with a tiling window manager (awesome) and would like to have my terminals maintain 80 columns irrespective of the window's size. So I was wondering if there is a way to force urxvt ...
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Compiz - making sure windows do not overlap

I'm using compiz and the grid plugin with 2 24" widescreen monitors to work emulating a tiling wm workflow. I have a dark wallpaper and use lilyterm for transparency. Most of my work is entirely ...
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Aliased fonts in some gtk applications

When I open programs like Thunar, LXappearance, Nautilus in normal privileges, their font look ugly, aliased. But when I open them as root, their font look anti-aliased and pretty. Desktop ...
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any way to get rotation cube on xmonad/i3

I really like xmonad and I used to it on my arch station. But recently I remembered no clue why out of fashion rotating cube animation effect, that was available with compiz (or kwin, but I don't like ...