Release Notes: This release features a number of documentation improvements, better error messages in various places, better tray compatibility in i3bar, and a number of bugfixes.
Release Notes: Compatibility was improved, in particular for Mathematica and Java applications. i3-nagbar should work with more terminal emulators than before.
Release Notes: This is a bugfix release, and all users are advised to upgrade. It fixes an issue which would cause i3 to crash when dragging floating windows from one display to another.
Release Notes: Most of the changes are cleanups and bugfixes. Due to cleanups, i3 no longer depends on flex/bison. libev ≥ 4 is now a hard dependency (libev < 4 is not supported anymore). One important change to note is that moving windows to a different output will no longer move focus to that output.
Release Notes: An important under-the-hood change is that this release now uses the same parser infrastructure for the configuration file as for the commands. Apart from that, there have been several little fixes and additions which make i3 pay more attention to detail, particularly in the floating window area of the code. See the changes/bugfixes list for more information. Do note that these changes are 4.4-specific, and since the last version released here there have been many changes.
Release Notes: This release features tabbing and some more advanced modifications of the stacking window (see the user’s guide), Vim-like marks, support for the urgency hint, horizontal resizing of containers (finally), modes (which can make your key bindings a lot simpler), an unlimited amount of workspaces, and several bugfixes.
Release Notes: This release contains many small improvements like using keysymbols in the configuration file, named workspaces, borderless windows, an IPC interface, etc.
Release Notes: The most important change in this release is the implementation of floating clients, primarily useful for dialog/toolbar/popup/splash windows. Furthermore, i3 can now automatically start configured programs, automatically assign specific programs to workspaces, and jump to windows by using their window class/title. Lots of little bugfixes have been committed.
Release Notes: Many focus bugs, crashes and other little annoyances have been fixed.