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You need to install plasma-applet-active-window-control Dependency: sudo apt-get install cmake extra-cmake-modules plasma-workspace-dev plasma-framework-dev build-essential qtcreator then git clone https://github.com/kotelnik/plasma-applet-active-window-control install cd plasma-applet-active-window-control cmake . make sudo make install Reboot ...


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turns out jwm does everything i need thanks to most recent release so thanks for looking but will answer my own question.


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I had same problem on my kali linux(kali-rolling version). I solved this problem, just installed 'kwin-x11' sudo apt-get install kwin-x11 kwin-decoration-oxygen I think this might solve your problem too.


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-Yout can try the BlackBox here - http://blackboxwm.sourceforge.net/ - or here - http://xwinman.org/blackbox.php is simple and so good!...


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Without any info on your environment, perhaps this will help: http://worldofgnome.org/how-to-set-focus-follows-mouse-in-gnome-3-windows/ Essentially, use the method for your distro to edit this dconf: org-> gnome-> desktop-> wm-> preferences -> focus-mode It sounds like when you are moving your mouse, it changes focus away from the window that you want ...


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Found an answer! From Arch wiki: Remove overlay scroll indicators The positions of the overlay scrollbars are indicated by thin dashed lines in the application window. These dashed lines will be present even when overlay scrolling is disabled using the environment variable discussed in the section above. To remove the indicator lines, create ...


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Most apps nowadays rely on the fontconfig library to render fonts. It's configuration files usually provided with the package are documented and self-descriptive. System-wide conf. files placed in the /etc/fonts/conf.d/ directory. Fallback font settings are usually in the 60-latin.conf and 65-non-latin.conf files.


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The command to start it up is mutter --replace The command is to be saved in a .sh file and later a .desktop file is to be added to the xsessions directory. I found this tutorial where it is clearly stated but using compiz though..


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It's an autostart on workspace launch only, not an autostart when i3 starts but I thought it could be useful. For example, to launch my web browser in the named second workspace "web" this is what I did in my config : bindsym $mod+2 workspace 2:web; layout tabbed; exec [ $(ps h -C vimb | wc -l) = 0 ] && /usr/bin/vimb -s When I hit key 2, my web ...



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