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  1. NapoleonWils0n

    Other i3wm floating sticky window perfect for video

    i3wm is a tiling window manager which has the ability to create floating sticky windows, which will remain visible when you switch workspaces This allows you to have a floating sticky window containing a video player like mpv, which will remain visible when you switch workspaces. Studies have...
  2. NapoleonWils0n

    Other Sway wayland tiling window manager now in the main repo

    Sway is a wayland tiling window manager that is intend as replacement for i3wm The i3wm tiling window manager is as the French would say "les couettes des chiens" Sway requires Wayland, running pkg search wayland returns these results kf5-kwayland-5.56.0 KF5 Client and Server...
  3. christhegeek

    DWM I would like to give me some help about how to configure themes on dwm i have seen some themes and need some help

    I would like to give me some help about how to configure themes on dwm i have seen some themes and need some help and also if there is a complete guide to dwm (or i3) themes and patches that would be nice. Also my last testing with freebsd was with freebsd 13 and kde plasma i installed every...
  4. blueCub

    Solved i3bar disappears when switch by mouse to workspace with lot of windows

    Hi there, I switched to i3 recently and only after upgrading my freeBSD to version 12 (on FreeBSD 10 and 11 I was running WindowMaker). i3wm in general is working perfectly so far the only noticeable and super annoying issue I'm having is with the i3bar; which disappears every time I have a...
  5. jdb

    Solved Xorg error another window manager seems to be running...

    Hey guys :) I am trying to install x11/xorg and x11-wm/i3 OS: FreeBSD 12.0-STABLE[/I] CPU/GPU: Intel Core i5-2450M SandyBridge iGPU Laptop?: yes Intel Driver: installed (x11-drivers/xf86-video-intel) i915kms: loaded x11/xorg error message (using startx as non-root...
  6. fusion809

    Shell How to get script-readable, human-readable CPU usage for i3bar?

    Hi, This fine forum has been very helpful through my FreeBSD journey, but one thing is bugging me. For Linux I used i3pystatus to manage my i3 status bar, for my configs see here, but as soon as I tried it on FreeBSD it became apparent it wouldn't work for it, as it relied on /proc/* and other...
  7. NapoleonWils0n

    Other Switch audio device script

    I just knocked up a little bash script to switch audio devices because i use i3wm instead of Desktop like gnome I have 3 audio devices, the built in speakers, headphones and a usb dac So i created a script to easily switch audio outputs called switch-audio, which lets you see the current...
  8. ldgc

    Other Best out-of-the-box graphical web browser for i3

    Hi :) Which graphical web browser has the best out-of-the-box experience in i3? IMHO www/qutebrowser seems a good candidate ;)
  9. ldgc

    Other Where is i3 battery's path?

    Greetings :) Battery's path in Linux is /sys/class/power_supply/Bat%d/uevent, so where is in FBSD?
  10. S

    Other i3 core temp

    My core temp is not showing up in i3. In i3status/config I have: order += "cpu_temperature 0" cpu_temperature 0 { format = "T: %°C" } I tried also with path = "hw.acpi.thermal.tz0.temperature" as discussed in https://forums.freebsd.org/threads/52569/. In rc.conf: kld_list="coretemp" And...
  11. rigoletto@

    Solved Awful fonts, specially Terminus.

    Hi, I am running i3wm and I configured most of the desktop to use x11-fonts/terminus-font, including urxvt. It was working as expected while I was using pkg (exclusively), however when I managed to have the things more or less how I want to, I rebuilt everything using ports-mgmt/synth what did...
  12. antoyo

    Other i3wm does not launch the second time

    Hello. I am a beginner with FreeBSD (coming from ArchLinux) and I am having trouble to setup my desktop. The first time I launch i3wm, it works, but the second time it does not run and I see the following error: ERROR: No outputs found via RandR, disabling xinit: connection to X server lost I...
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