dotfiles - My Arch Linux config [i3-gaps + i3blocks + Zsh + Spacemacs + Rofi + Neofetch]

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I then wrote my i3-gaps and i3blocks configs to look gorgeous and to make my workflow smoother.

https://github.com/da-edra/dotfiles

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