If like me, you’ve collected hundreds of browser bookmarks for each website under the sun over the years, you may find it a bit slow to search through all those bookmarks within your web browser to find what you’re looking for. The Brave browser does have a built-in bookmarks search, but what if I told you that there is a faster way to search them? Integration After having moved to using a tiling window manager from a regular desktop, I tend to do everything from launching/closing apps to moving windows around using hotkeys.
In part two of the “Awesome Window Manager Guide”, we looked at: Editing the default Awesome configuration file, setting the default terminal emulator and text editor, installing a third-party theme named awesome-copycats/powerarrow-dark performing tweaks to the theme code. Continuing in part three, we’ll look at adding a “run launcher” called “Rofi” and “hotkey daemon” called “sxhkd”. We’ll also create an “AutoStart” script, which will allow us to launch applications, scripts and system tray applets when Awesome starts up.