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To do so on Ubuntu, run
sudo apt install i3-gaps-session to add an option on login that starts vanilla i3-gaps without regolith.
Use Case #
This is useful for, say, running an application that does not integrate well with GNOME. For example, Spotify’s unmaintained official Linux client mishandles its file selection dialogue and crashes when
- Setting user profile photo
- Setting album cover photo
- Adding a local directory to the library paths
under GNOME and Regolith. Switching to vanilla i3 solves the crash.