WOW i3wm is amazing!
I did not even think I would be able to make it work for me.
Manjaro version is amazing, thanks.
I love grey color and its versions.
I was trying KDE, again, on MacBook Air 11,6” it looks nice yes, but... anyway I wiped out whole disk and installed last i3wm Manjaro ISO. After successfully installing it I could not get sound from it. I played with alsamixer for few minutes then I decided to install Gnome (reinstall is faster then googling specific Linux problems at this stage) because I know sound works there and found out that pulseaudio makes the sound so I wiped disk again and installed i3. (I just wanted to have clean i3 install).
It is nearly a perfect fit for 11,6” screen, who needs window borders? Who needs heavy menus? It reminds me iPadOS which I love because you have full screen apps all the time with no borders or menus or you can have two apps next each other! Perfect. Yes i3wm is more versatile I just do user’s comparisons.
I of course uninstalled some packages what I do not want, like that palemoon browser, printer support, gimp, xterm, vim (I even have problem to close this program, nano is enough for editing configs)
I installed cmus for music playing, mc I just want to have two panels sometimes, but I use ranger more now. Calcurse, wavemon, bitwarden from snap and of course as an Apple fanboy icloud-for-linux and some funny apps like sl and cmatrix. For weather I use curl wttr.in/city
I just need to do some tweaks and adjustments to fit my needs and wants what I do not know how but not gonna ask here at this moment because I did not run out of bullets yet! And I am on testing because I like updates.