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post #11 of 13
Sorry, but I do rarely screen shot anything (you can tell, look how out of date my sig is, lol). Besides sublte and dwm, the rest I used very briefly just to get an idea of the configuration and features available.
More or less, caring how things LOOK rather than caring how they ACT is foolish.
post #12 of 13
In case you like messing with the wm code, and know some lisp, stumpwm is the way to go. It's not 100% stable, though.

Otherwise awesome is great. I haven't tried the others. At the end, if you want a tiling wm is because you care more about the functionality than the stetics. Use Xephyr or Xnest to try all of them without having to leave your current wm
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In case you like messing with the wm code, and know some lisp, stumpwm is the way to go. It's not 100% stable, though.

Otherwise awesome is great. I haven't tried the others. At the end, if you want a tiling wm is because you care more about the functionality than the stetics. Use Xephyr or Xnest to try all of them without having to leave your current wm
I do not know any languages =( but C for dwm doesn't look too complicated i might say.
    
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