X vs Wayland & Compositors: linux

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So with typical X, if I run a home window supervisor like BSPWM, I can include any kind of compositor with any kind of attributes on top of it, like blur. I generally do this with KDE, and also switch over the WM to BSPWM.

However, with Wayland, the compositor is incorporated? Like whatever is one full bundle? The issue is, there isn’t actually an excellent tiling WM that additionally gives Picom-level compositing attributes.

Having it divided up with X was much better, due to the fact that the compositor interested individuals can make a compositor, and also it can deal with anything.

Is there an option to this issue? Thx

/ u/NateDevCSharp.

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