It is used by many geeks who prefer more resources for their computers. Perhaps shifting this into the i3 config file instead of through polybar may get you the results you want. Did I launch compton with any command line switches — no. Could you maybe specify ‘improve rendering quality’? This behaviour only holds for workspaces 1 through 3, all others work accordingly. One is screen tearing, which you may notice with animated effects such as Firefox’s smooth scrolling.
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So I’m wondering, should I install a composite manager like Compton? That functionality is also possible on i3wm but again it’ll be command-oriented ; And there are just too many possible ways to count the time interval before switching a new wallpaper. Animtaed solution to this is to create a new file called.
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I had some issues with xfce4-terminal and borders. Your request seems to be out of the scope of this window manager; if you truly desire smooth animations such as those seen on KDE or Gnome, then you may be better served by these. Another is a flash of partially rendered content when switching workspaces, or opening and closing windows. How could I have a workspace sliding animation in i3 on ArchLinux? There are two issues I am aware of that affect stock compositing.
Sure thing, just added it at the bottom of my answer. Sounds like its more targeted to eye candy at the window-frame level shadows, fading, translucency, etc. Current Behavior My i3 config has the following workspacewise: Sign up using Facebook. I’m talking about this That would be really cool to setup on a Linux system. animted
Reply Leave a Reply. I’m using Libinput and libinput gestures but I don’t know if there is such a feature. This is more dramatic and refreshing as you get to enjoy different wallpapers automatically without having to change the command manually.
That made my desktop look fresher and kept me quite mesmerized when I closed down all the apps to enjoy a new wallpaper scene. It aims to be fast, without unnecessary fluff. Using Compton should resolve those issues if it is configured correctly. Switching to workspaces and moving container to same workspace map to different workspaces Ask Question.
This has solved some ugly visual artifacts I had seen. Glad to have helped! Not saying there’s anything wrong with doing it that way, I’m simply able to do what it seems you’re describing entirely within i Sign up using Facebook.
[i3] Animated Wallpaper
And now we have a need to automate setting background wallpaper when i3wm starts up. But what if you prefer a shorter duration say 15 minutes? Related questions Where is dmenu in the tree? I3qm compositing window manager is a window manager that provides applications with an off-screen buffer for each window.
Below is a refined feh command to enable randomization when feh loads up a wallpaper for your current session: