offby1: have you tried i3? I've never had a keyshadowing problem with i3 that I didn't manually introduce
sshbio, got it working thanks \o/
sachac: I like cats and cats like me.
gopar: Glad to know it :)
it is a tiling wm, though
offby1 sure! Openbox can do sort-of tiling (put a window to fill left/right half of the screen), but is a conventional window manager that can unbind /everything/ by providing a blank config file.
aidalgol: I'm not a drifter, just cheap. I have already spent my allowance this month on hotels in Toronto. Also, I thought it would be fun to try to meet someone from #emacs.
JordiGH: I'm just teasin'. :)
God bless jwz: forcer: Is there a long German word for: "You Google a problem, and the only results are you asking about it the last time you ran into it"?
erdos was a drifter
benaiah: never even heard of i3
offby1: I don't understand that, could you rephrase? Oh, now I did
dwm / wmii / i3 ~similar
forcer: the void function is still void :)
i3 is many people's first tiling wm these days, because it's very unintimidating n quite intuitive (compared to some of the competition). it doesnt quite seem to have the long staying power something like xmonad has though
forcer: so yes, I call that a crashing bug
I use it because suckless dwm loses his mind sometimes
which desktop environment let's you choose the windoe manager these days?
offby1: An alternative is using a window manager that only use Super key in its default keybindings, that is never bound by default by anything. Do you mind having to learn how it works and its keybindings or do you prefer things to always be instinctive?
offby1: I guess you could make something like "Problemgooglenselbstfindung". I doubt that's easily understandable without context, though.
forcer: do germans use "google" as a verb too?
forcer: jwz probably has plenty of German-speaking readers; I stuck your name there mostly out of reflex
"What's German for toilet." *receives answer* *Beavis & Butthead laughter*
offby1: Some window manager avoid the problem by using a prefix key (C-t) and let all other to apps. Like M-x term that only bind C-c and still can do C-c by pressing it twice. (Or like tmux or screen)
aidalgol: c'mon now, don't be shy
I went looking for an Android SSH client, and the top five or so all had in-app micropayments. :|