The Sway i3-Compatible WM For Wayland Now Supports Tabbed/Stacking Layouts

Written by Michael Larabel in Wayland on 29 April 2016 at 10:39 AM EDT. 9 Comments
Sway, the i3-compatible tiling window manager for Wayland, is out with a new version.

Sway 0.6 was released today as the newest version of SirCmpwn's Wayland window manager. Sway 0.6 brings support for tabbed and stacking layouts. There is also support for using the Pango markup language on the Sway bar. Sway 0.6 additionally has improvements to the build process, window borders are no longer rendered under transparent full-screen windows, and various other fixes/tweaks were made.

If you'd like to learn more about Sway 0.6 or try it out as a Wayland window manager, visit SirCmpwn's GitHub repository.
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