the error output is
Expected one of these tokens: <end>, '[', 'move', 'exec', 'exit', 'restart', 'reload', 'shmlog', 'debuglog', 'border', 'layout', 'append_layout', 'workspace', 'focus', 'kill', 'open', 'fullscreen', 'split', 'floating', 'mark', 'unmark', 'resize', 'rename', 'nop', 'scratchpad', 'mode', 'bar'
just in correspondance with the title_format command.
What can i do?
for_window [class=".*"] title_format "<b>%title</b>"
example from the documentation
https://github.com/gdmsl/dotfiles/tree/master/nvim for my dotfiles
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He wrote the code very carefully correcting all the errors with the help of the master Compiler. It was hard for him but not impossible.
Until one day an unexpected error appeared:
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After months of exhausting researches he found him in the StackOverflow land.
Asked for the meaning of the error Master Linter answered:
"Don't be desperate lad, you only forgot a semicolon at the end of an header file"
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