Re: [dev] [dwm] devilspie doesn't work

From: Uriel <>
Date: Fri, 6 May 2011 07:14:51 +0200

On Fri, May 6, 2011 at 4:20 AM, <> wrote:
>> Transparent terminals unnecessarily increase computational power
>> required to render simple text.  They make a fundamental application
>> harder for a computer to run.  This makes the core program less
>> portable by raising the hardware requirements.  The only gain is
>> (arguably) aesthetic.  This, in short, is a completely braindead idea
>> of no practical value, unless you tend to use a computer in the manner
>> of someone who has been hit very hard in the head and has forgotten
>> entirely what computers do and what terminals are
> So... Houses simply shelter us from weather.  Automobiles simply transport
> us from point A to point B.  Should we only live is sod huts?  Should we
> only drive wooden go-carts?  Of course, anything else is just a waste of
> resources, and computers are merely text processors.

Do you read books with semi-transparent pages? Or do you dip the book
in acid before reading it?

No, wait, you clearly *drink* the bucket of acid when you wake up in
the morning.

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