Re: Keeping an eye on the Vivaldi Browser Reply #75 – 2021-12-25, 01:23:55 So you guys are friends (I assume he doesn't mean you every time he says "Linux idiots" and "open source f-kheads".)This is a good overview of the desktop environment navigation efficiency routines that he has worked out. He even hates Alt Tab and instead uses mousehover to raise (and focus?) windows, so it's good that in my tiling window manager setup I have ended up without an Alt Tab or Win Tab key combo. I think that mousehover to focus (and also automove mouse to focused window) makes best sense in tiling window managers. When I am in a floating desktop environment, particularly on a big enough screen, I prefer to keep raise and focus as separate events. [video]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5ux7b0LmjMs[/video]His layout and the way he switches between windows, it seems to me that a good interface for him would be tabbed layout. In i3wm, you can create a tabbed layout either over entire screen (which is basically all windows maximised and on top of each other) or to any part/corner of the screen (as in the bottom right corner in the picture below - if you look carefully you see two tabs/titlebars above the terminals, indicating two terminals on top of each other). And then you can switch and cycle between them either by pressing the tabs/titlebars, by scroll on the tabs/titlebars, or by keybinds.He keeps badmouthing tiling window managers across several videos, but I still haven't got the specific objection. Maybe I need to watch all of them. Quite entertaining every time he gets distracted.