@a7 Good point, although I was testing an automatic input configuration tool and I don't know if I would have trusted a nested X Server to behave in the same way.

I really like that with Wayland I can just switch to another TTY and run another Wayland compositor.

I Needed to test if test stuff on Gnome and being able switch between TTYs to get back to my normal window manager was great.

Without wayland I would have needed a VM to do that easily.

The conundrum: My software is incredibility simple but low-level and I fear advanced usage has insurmountable difficultly.

Not The Solution: Make it more complex and hold the users hand; sacrificing efficiency.

What I did: Make separate application to help with configuration.

i64.dev/low-level-keyboards-ha

Extreme performance optimization can be fun but I think I went a little too far when making i3dropdown looking back it now.

i64.dev/i3dropdown-animated-dr

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