Window rules are a feature of many window managers but today I thought it'd be helpful to do a bit of exploring of the ones implemented in Awesome WM, these allow you to control how and where your windows will spawn and be allowed to move.
This has been sitting in my upload folder for a month, I could have sworn I had already uploaded this video.
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