Specify that a given workspace should always be displayed on a specific monitor
More examples and tutorials are available in the regolith-desktop wiki on GitHub.
Using the Terminal
This section provides examples of how to change Regolith to suit your needs. Most of them will specify commands to be run in the terminal. If using the terminal is new to you or you’d just like to refresh your memory, this guide from Ubuntu is recommended. Another tutorial from linuxcommand.org goes into some more advanced territory.
i3-wm User Guide
In addition to general command-line abilities, having a basic understanding of what options are available in the i3 user guide is recommended to get the most out of the interface.
Make changes to the status indicators in the bar.
Disable Rofication and add another notification system
Change the date/time format used in the bar
Change which terminal Regolith loads by default
Change the pixels between windows.
Configure Regolith to use a lock screen other than
Change the font used in the terminal
Learn how to customize each workspace in the bar
Search for packages and install them on your system.
Most GUI apps can be launched in floating window mode.
i3-gaps-session to keep using i3 without uninstalling Regolith
Create and manage a to-do list from status bar
Learn how to stage user copies of Regolith configuration files
Learn how to stage user copies of Regolith configuration files.
Display status of the batteries per instance
Changing Regolith PPA allows to get a different set of package versions
Install or upgrade packages selectively from the unstable PPA
Updating a Regolith Linux 1.4 ISO install to 1.4.1
This page describes how to root cause the origin of bugs.
Change wallpaper via GNOME or Xresources
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