Using Qtile. Every day WORKFLOW and CONFIGURATION. The Python based LINUX window manager

The window manager Qtile in action. Configuration with Alacritty, Polybar, Thunar, Brave, Pywal and Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Teams, ChatGPT plus a Windows 11 VM. The LINUX window manager configured for my every day work. Similar appearance to Hyprland window manager.

All my configuration files are available on Gitlab.
https://gitlab.com/stephan-raabe/dotfiles

Qtile is a Dynamic Window Manager based on the programming language Python.
https://qtile.org

Qtile is simple, fast and extensible. With a bit of a learning curve you are able to create and design your own personal user experience for your daily work. Qtile is very well documented. One of the best documentations of all available Window Managers.
https://docs.qtile.org/en/stable/index.html

The first part of the video is about my personal workflow and in the second part I will share some insight of my Qtile configuration.
https://gitlab.com/stephan-raabe/dotfiles

The result of my configuration looks a bit like the Hyprland window manager:
https://youtu.be/V7nP-To0630


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2 responses to “Using Qtile. Every day WORKFLOW and CONFIGURATION. The Python based LINUX window manager”

  1. Fathi Avatar

    It is an excellent website, really i enjoy following your video in your website.
    Excellent layout, comfortable to read.
    Thanks for creativity in making easy to read your stuff.

    1. raabe Avatar

      Thank you.

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