'xwayland disable' is not necessary to run programs natively under Wayland
I'm afraid the statement is not totally true. Under one circumstance, which is when GUI libraries env variables properly set. Maybe a bug?. I've noticed on sway log that
xwayland.c function of isn't called if and only if
xwayland disable is set.
This is a GTK+ bug. It tries to connect to Xwayland even if it only uses Wayland. I've no idea why, it would be nice to report this to the GTK+ devs and figure out how to fix it.
If you don't disable Xwayland and have it uninstalled, you'll have an invalid `DISPLAY` set.
Mention the `--locked` option for keybindings
When the option `--locked` is used on keybindings, they also work while sway is locked with `swaylock`. It is a great feature for e.g. media or brightness keys and definitely worth mentioning in the wiki; however I'm unsure as to where this information would fit best: under 'Custom Keybindings' or somewhere in the 'Tips and Tricks' section? What do you all think? Bloor (talk) 13:36, 12 March 2020 (UTC)
- I think the current solution at Sway#Custom keybindings is just fine. -- Edh (talk) 20:19, 15 March 2021 (UTC)
XWayland launchers still getting stuck an issue?
The Application Launches section mentions a problem with some X11-based launchers getting stuck:
Is this still an issue since this patch was added to Sway 1.5?
- The section does not mention popup windows at all, so I think it's still the same problem. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 07:04, 19 August 2020 (UTC)
Color temperature adjustment
Perhaps there should be a link to Backlight#Wayland somewhere on the page to inform people of ?
- Yes, it can be done like Sway#Screen capture and screen sharing. -- Lahwaacz (talk) 09:14, 7 January 2021 (UTC)
I propose to remove the
Merge banner in Sway#Manage Sway-specific daemons with systemd. Just as the description already states the way to define custom targets akin to e.g.
graphical-session.target should be described at systemd/User. However, from my point of view this does not invalidate the way more specific use case which is outlined for sway here. -- Edh (talk) 20:24, 15 March 2021 (UTC)
- +1 on this. It also seems the linked article describes how to run Xorg itself as a service, whereas this section describes how to run dependant services, no sway itself. WhyNotHugo (talk) 15:52, 23 July 2021 (UTC)
"Sway" or "sway"?
There appear to be some inconsistencies when referring to Sway. If it got this correctly, it is "Sway" when referring to the project Sway itself but "sway" when referring to the binary.