The two games that I play on Linux are almost unplayable on a multi-monitor i3 setup. Are there any ways to make these work?
Minecraft goes nuts when the pointer leaves its window, jerking the perspective around randomly, causing death and dismemberment when a monster is around. And it doesn't display a pointer so that's very hard to avoid. Can I somehow trap the pointer in that window?
Total War: Empire scrolls its map toward the pointer. When you leave the window it scrolls to the edge of the map, losing your place. Can I make the mouse pointer of the game window independent of other windows? Meaning, I'd like to switch to window B, move the mouse around, and when I switch back to the game window the pointer is in the same position as when I left.
Or is this keyboard-centric window manager just incompatible with a mouse-intensive game?