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Ion is not a gentle WM, and you absolutely need the ability to dig yourself out if you misconfigure Ion or X in such a way that one or the other won't start.
Ion 1 may not have been the first to use tiling workspaces (the idea is hardly new), but it certainly did a good job of it, thanks to tabbing.
Ion 3 simplifies many of the features Ion 2 introduced, adds better modules for extending Ion, and is a minor internal rewrite of Ion (although from the scripting side, it has changed quite a bit to reflect lessons learned from Ion 2).
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