Readme updates

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@ -6,7 +6,6 @@ This is the reason I'm still not using Wayland. Too good to lose.
- Just 4 permanent tags, no transient crap
- Only 2 active layouts: Tile and Max (default)
- Taglist hints client count by dots, dynamically updated
- Remembers which tags were visible/active on every individual screen after WM (re)start
- Handmade theme
- Powerline-style wibar
@ -17,7 +16,8 @@ This is the reason I'm still not using Wayland. Too good to lose.
- The X display set as "primary" has systray and 2 tags (term & chat) on it
- Non-primary displays get the web & mail tags (replicated if more screens available)
- Dynamic re-organisation of tags in case of screen addition/removal (so no clients get lost)
- If a monitor is widescreen, automatically split into 2 "fake" screens, which you can expand/shrink
- If a monitor is widescreen, automatically split into 2 equal "fake" screens (which you can expand/shrink)
- Taglist hints client count by dots, dynamically updated
- Keyboard oriented
- Can resize, change tag, move, minimize, even suspend any client via shortcuts
- Special keys for moving clients between visible screens
@ -27,10 +27,11 @@ This is the reason I'm still not using Wayland. Too good to lose.
- Useful widgets on wibar, as needed/supported by environment
- Rotate screen toggle
- Touchscreen toggle
- Caps lock warning widget (hidden if caps locks is off)
- Caps lock warning widget (only visible while caps lock on)
- Pressure information widget (Linux PSI)
- Keyboard layout toggle
- ~~Keyboard layout toggle~~ (disabled, as I'm using a single layout now)
- Interactive Spotify widget (when app is running)
- Can also hide/show the client
#### Window related shortcuts