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  • buzzrobot
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    My little Wayland annoyance is the script I use to move between workspaces with a left/right nudge on a tiltable mouse wheel depends on xdotool and xbindkeys, which don't work on Wayland.

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  • 89c51
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    nViidia is the main itch here but thats not like a small itch.

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  • doragasu
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    I'm using Sway over Wayland, and what I miss the most is proper multi monitor support. Mirroring is not supported, and screen placement does not always work reliably. But I'm not sure to what extent these problems are because of Wayland or because of Sway.

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  • Slithery
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    Originally posted by cynyr View Post
    network tunneling over ssh, so that i can use GVIM or firefox from my server. firefox so that I can setup those odd things that only have a web interface for configuration (cups, unifi, etc.) and gvim because it's better than vim in a terminal.
    Why can't you just use a local browser/editor along with SSH?

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  • cynyr
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    network tunneling over ssh, so that i can use GVIM or firefox from my server. firefox so that I can setup those odd things that only have a web interface for configuration (cups, unifi, etc.) and gvim because it's better than vim in a terminal.

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  • Space Heater
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    hansdegoede is one of the most prolific and important contributors to the LInux desktop. We should all be thankful he has kept at it.

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  • shmerl
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    Itches:

    1. Wayland is not limited to Gnome. There should be more coordinated cooperation between compositor developers (kwin, wlroots, mutter etc.).
    2. Freesync support.
    3. First class Vulkan/WSI support instead of usage of EGL and Co.
    4. No Wine support except through XWayland.
    Last edited by shmerl; 05-14-2019, 12:27 PM.

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  • andreano
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    Context menus are on the wrong screen in weston.

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  • andreano
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    Scrolling is broken in weston-terminal.

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  • Michael
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    Originally posted by Sunderland93 View Post

    On Wayland or on GNOME on Wayland?)
    hansdegoede has mentioned Firefox-Wayland, which isn't explicitly tied to GNOME on Wayland, but he can clarify the areas specifically he'd tackle.

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