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commandLine  bash  bashScripting 
21 hours ago by ElliotPsyIT
PSA: rofi has added icon support, a new theme engine, plugin support, and more
It does sound to me like it's making up for weakness in a WM or the way that WM is being used. I have 21 workspaces myself, but if I wanted to do the same (and I probably do a hundred times a day) I would type <alt+1>t[search term]<Enter>. All you need is to know which workspace your browser is on and have a way to navigate there instantly, or to know it isn't open and have a shortcut to open it.

Thanks for cluing me into your use-case though, it makes things a bit clearer.

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Maybe it is filling in weakness in the WM? but is that wrong? I like having small tools/scripts to improve my productivity.

Everybody uses it their own way, mine might be different then that of the I3 devs. If it is different then yours, or i3 dev it doesn't make it wrong to have this in rofi?

I f.e. don't can/want to remember the workspace I put an application on (some I need to check for results after 1 or multiple days). For me this works more intuitive. Hit key combo, type, enter be done (from your story this is very similar to what you are claiming to do).
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xorg  x11  wm  windowmanager  unix  cli  commandline  shell  terminal 
yesterday by dusko
NO_COLOR: disabling ANSI color output in various Unix commands
An increasing number of command-line software programs output text with ANSI color escape codes by default. While some developers and users obviously prefer seeing these colors, many users don’t. Unfortunately, every new piece of software seems to have a different way of disabling colored text output and some software has no way at all.

Accepting the futility of trying to reverse this trend, an informal standard is hereby proposed:

All command-line software which outputs text with ANSI color added should check for the presence of a NO_COLOR environment variable that, when present (regardless of its value), prevents the addition of ANSI color.

By adopting this standard, users that prefer to have plain, non-colored text output can set one environment variable in their shell to have it automatically affect all supported software.

This website will document which software has adopted this standard and when support was added. For software that has not or will not adopt this standard, an attempt will be made to document how to otherwise disable color.

To add software to this site, clone this site’s Git repository (https://github.com/jcs/no_color) and submit a pull request.
shell  terminal  cli  commandline  ansi  plaintext  bsd  linux  unix 
yesterday by dusko
mortie -- util-linux
https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Util-linux:
util-linux is a standard package distributed by the Linux Kernel Organization for use as part of the Linux operating system. A fork, util-linux-ng—with ng meaning "next generation"—was created when development stalled,[3] but as of January 2011 has been renamed back to util-linux, and is the official version of the package.
linux  tool  cli  commandline  shell  terminal 
yesterday by dusko
jlevy/the-art-of-command-line: Master the command line, in one page
Master the command line, in one page. Contribute to jlevy/the-art-of-command-line development by creating an account on GitHub.
cli  bash  commandline  linux  reference 
2 days ago by unlogic
jlevy/the-art-of-command-line: Master the command line, in one page
Master the command line, in one page. Contribute to jlevy/the-art-of-command-line development by creating an account on GitHub.
bash  cli  commandline  linux  shell  tutorial  reference 
2 days ago by justusthane
GitHub - jlevy/the-art-of-command-line: Master the command line, in one page
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bash  cli  linux  shell  commandline  unix  tutorial  github  reference  terminal 
3 days ago by unconsidered
jlevy/the-art-of-command-line: Master the command line, in one page
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