Sway 1.6 Wayland Compositor Released With Smoother Move/Resize

Written by Michael Larabel in Wayland on 7 April 2021 at 05:18 PM EDT. 2 Comments
Sway 1.6 is official today as the newest version of this i3-inspired Wayland compositor.

Sway 1.6 ships with more than 200 changes from 69 contributors, providing a number of new features as well as many bug fixes.

Sway 1.6 brings smoother interactive move/resize operations, better integration with Flatpak and Snap applications via XDG-Foreign protocol support, input method editor (IME) improvements, improved i3 compatibility, an option to hide the cursor when typing, tray icon support for systems without systemd/elogind, and X11 clipboard reliability improvements.

The full change-log and download links for the Sway 1.6 Wayland compositor can be found via GitHub.
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