My Mastodon remark about tiling window managers

June 17, 2019

Over on Mastodon, I said:

Two reasons that I'm unlikely to like tiling window managers are that I like empty space (and lack of clutter) on my desktop and I don't like too-large windows. Filling all the space with windows of some size is thus very much not what I want, and I definitely have preferred sizes and shapes for my common windows.

On the one hand, I've already written an entry on my views on tiling window managers. On the other hand, I don't think I've ever managed to state them so succinctly, and I find myself not wanting to just leave that lost in the depths of Mastodon.

(Looking back at that entry caused me to re-read its comments and realize that they may be where I found out about Cinnamon's keybindings for tiling windows, which would answer a parenthetical mystery.)

Written on 17 June 2019.
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