@claudiom In addition to Fly-Pie, there's been a lot of neat alternative UIs built on top of GNOME lately:

Material Shell:
github.com/material-shell/mate
Features simple tiling 2-up and windows as tabs.

Pop Shell (X11-only for now):
github.com/pop-os/shell
An extension (& more) that Pop_OS! ships by default, but can be installed elsewhere too. Has some manual tiling features, an auto-tiling mode, and more.

Sway-GNOME:
github.com/Drakulix/sway-gnome
Integration between Sway (Wayland i3 clone) & GNOME.

@claudiom I noticed in the vid it looks like there's some wobbly-windows-ish effect when they move the window? Idk if that's something else or part of Fly-Pie but I miss the wobbly windows in Compiz 💔

@swaggboi I think that's just Compiz. I noticed that too.

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