I agree with you, the "best" is indeed highly subjectiveThe "best" is highly subjective. What's best for me may be horrible for you. Why don't you just try a few and find out which one you prefer?
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Yes, it is in a way. Have the focus on the window you want and press Win+Shift+Space (replace Win with Alt if your $mod key is Alt, obviously). You can even resize and move the window. Looks a bit weird in i3 to be honest.Is it possible to indicate i3 to open pop-up windows in floating mode?
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Hi, i-bsd, Always acknowledge the possibility that what may at first glance appear as absolutely true for you, might not be likewise for othersQutebrowser is outstanding on Linux.
It's totally unusable on FreeBSD - a real shame as it's by far the best browser for i3.
:set content.plugins true
pkg autoremovein such a case, and deleted some of the dependencies, since, being qutebrowser not listed in /var/db/pkg, those dependencies were instead perceived as orphans by pkgng?
ps -axf | grep python3.6 | grep -
1483 - S 0:04.33 /usr/local/bin/python3.6 /usr/local/bin/qutebrowser
gcore -s -f python3.6 1483, where '1483', is the $PID found above
gdb python3.6 core.1483
btto get a backtrace and navigate into it.