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You don't need Xcode to run XQuartz as far as I know.
M1sf3t40664dits not now but good luck if you want to keep your desktops in seperate spaces while using it because your windows will be all over the place. zoom helps some, also using it only on your main screen but to use it with the second ull have to disable your mac's option for that
M1sf3t40664d@bahua probably the better option. It's manageable once you figure out the quirks but if I've i gotta use it long term about the only way it doesn't become a hassle is if I make both screens the same desktop.
Its something to do with the axis the windows are being rendered on, the mac resets going from one to the other, quartz doesn't and potentially you can end up with a quartz window larger than your mac will let you focus on.
Especially if the app is like ink and lets you spread additional popup windows around the desktop
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