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6eae1213a3fa4c3790db5d66c04b67c9fe35d9e9 — Joshua 1 year, 8 months ago 355d575
added dunst files
2 files changed, 348 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

A dunst/dunst.sh
A dunst/dunstrc
A dunst/dunst.sh => dunst/dunst.sh +21 -0
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#!/usr/bin/env bash
#
# Script to set colors generated by 'wal'
# https://github.com/dylanaraps/wal
 # Source generated colors.
. "${HOME}/.cache/wal/colors.sh"

 reload_dunst() {
    pkill dunst
    dunst \
	-frame_width 0 \
        -lb "${color0}" \
        -nb "${color0}" \
        -cb "${color0}" \
        -lf "${color7}" \
        -bf "${color7}" \
        -cf "${color7}" \
        -nf "${color7}" &
}

reload_dunst

A dunst/dunstrc => dunst/dunstrc +327 -0
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[global]
    ### Display ###

    # Which monitor should the notifications be displayed on.
    monitor = 0

    # Display notification on focused monitor.  Possible modes are:
    #   mouse: follow mouse pointer
    #   keyboard: follow window with keyboard focus
    #   none: don't follow anything
    #
    # "keyboard" needs a window manager that exports the
    # _NET_ACTIVE_WINDOW property.
    # This should be the case for almost all modern window managers.
    #
    # If this option is set to mouse or keyboard, the monitor option
    # will be ignored.
    follow = mouse

    # The geometry of the window:
    #   [{width}]x{height}[+/-{x}+/-{y}]
    # The geometry of the message window.
    # The height is measured in number of notifications everything else
    # in pixels.  If the width is omitted but the height is given
    # ("-geometry x2"), the message window expands over the whole screen
    # (dmenu-like).  If width is 0, the window expands to the longest
    # message displayed.  A positive x is measured from the left, a
    # negative from the right side of the screen.  Y is measured from
    # the top and down respectively.
    # The width can be negative.  In this case the actual width is the
    # screen width minus the width defined in within the geometry option.
    geometry = "300x5-30+20"

    # Show how many messages are currently hidden (because of geometry).
    indicate_hidden = yes

    # Shrink window if it's smaller than the width.  Will be ignored if
    # width is 0.
    shrink = no

    # The transparency of the window.  Range: [0; 100].
    # This option will only work if a compositing window manager is
    # present (e.g. xcompmgr, compiz, etc.).
    transparency = 0

    # The height of the entire notification.  If the height is smaller
    # than the font height and padding combined, it will be raised
    # to the font height and padding.
    notification_height = 0

    # Draw a line of "separator_height" pixel height between two
    # notifications.
    # Set to 0 to disable.
    separator_height = 2

    # Padding between text and separator.
    padding = 16

    # Horizontal padding.
    horizontal_padding = 16

    # Defines width in pixels of frame around the notification window.
    # Set to 0 to disable.
    frame_width = 0

    # Defines color of the frame around the notification window.
    frame_color = "#aaaaaa"

    # Define a color for the separator.
    # possible values are:
    #  * auto: dunst tries to find a color fitting to the background;
    #  * foreground: use the same color as the foreground;
    #  * frame: use the same color as the frame;
    #  * anything else will be interpreted as a X color.
    separator_color = frame

    # Sort messages by urgency.
    sort = yes

    # Don't remove messages, if the user is idle (no mouse or keyboard input)
    # for longer than idle_threshold seconds.
    # Set to 0 to disable.
    # Transient notifications ignore this setting.
    idle_threshold = 120

    ### Text ###

    font = Fira Mono Nerd Font 16

    # The spacing between lines.  If the height is smaller than the
    # font height, it will get raised to the font height.
    line_height = 0

    # Possible values are:
    # full: Allow a small subset of html markup in notifications:
    #        <b>bold</b>
    #        <i>italic</i>
    #        <s>strikethrough</s>
    #        <u>underline</u>
    #
    #        For a complete reference see
    #        <http://developer.gnome.org/pango/stable/PangoMarkupFormat.html>.
    #
    # strip: This setting is provided for compatibility with some broken
    #        clients that send markup even though it's not enabled on the
    #        server. Dunst will try to strip the markup but the parsing is
    #        simplistic so using this option outside of matching rules for
    #        specific applications *IS GREATLY DISCOURAGED*.
    #
    # no:    Disable markup parsing, incoming notifications will be treated as
    #        plain text. Dunst will not advertise that it has the body-markup
    #        capability if this is set as a global setting.
    #
    # It's important to note that markup inside the format option will be parsed
    # regardless of what this is set to.
    markup = full

    # The format of the message.  Possible variables are:
    #   %a  appname
    #   %s  summary
    #   %b  body
    #   %i  iconname (including its path)
    #   %I  iconname (without its path)
    #   %p  progress value if set ([  0%] to [100%]) or nothing
    #   %n  progress value if set without any extra characters
    #   %%  Literal %
    # Markup is allowed
    format = "<b>%a: %s</b>\n%b"

    # Alignment of message text.
    # Possible values are "left", "center" and "right".
    alignment = left

    # Show age of message if message is older than show_age_threshold
    # seconds.
    # Set to -1 to disable.
    show_age_threshold = 60

    # Split notifications into multiple lines if they don't fit into
    # geometry.
    word_wrap = yes

    # When word_wrap is set to no, specify where to ellipsize long lines.
    # Possible values are "start", "middle" and "end".
    ellipsize = middle

    # Ignore newlines '\n' in notifications.
    ignore_newline = no

    # Merge multiple notifications with the same content
    stack_duplicates = true

    # Hide the count of merged notifications with the same content
    hide_duplicate_count = false

    # Display indicators for URLs (U) and actions (A).
    show_indicators = yes

    ### Icons ###

    # Align icons left/right/off
    icon_position = off

    # Scale larger icons down to this size, set to 0 to disable
    max_icon_size = 32

    # Paths to default icons.
    icon_path = /usr/share/icons/gnome/16x16/status/:/usr/share/icons/gnome/16x16/devices/

    ### History ###

    # Should a notification popped up from history be sticky or timeout
    # as if it would normally do.
    sticky_history = yes

    # Maximum amount of notifications kept in history
    history_length = 20

    ### Misc/Advanced ###

    # dmenu path.
    dmenu = /usr/bin/dmenu -p dunst:

    # Browser for opening urls in context menu.
    browser = /usr/bin/firefox -new-tab

    # Always run rule-defined scripts, even if the notification is suppressed
    always_run_script = true

    # Define the title of the windows spawned by dunst
    title = Dunst

    # Define the class of the windows spawned by dunst
    class = Dunst

    # Print a notification on startup.
    # This is mainly for error detection, since dbus (re-)starts dunst
    # automatically after a crash.
    startup_notification = false

    ### Legacy

    # Use the Xinerama extension instead of RandR for multi-monitor support.
    # This setting is provided for compatibility with older nVidia drivers that
    # do not support RandR and using it on systems that support RandR is highly
    # discouraged.
    #
    # By enabling this setting dunst will not be able to detect when a monitor
    # is connected or disconnected which might break follow mode if the screen
    # layout changes.
    force_xinerama = false

# Experimental features that may or may not work correctly. Do not expect them
# to have a consistent behaviour across releases.
[experimental]
    # Calculate the dpi to use on a per-monitor basis.
    # If this setting is enabled the Xft.dpi value will be ignored and instead
    # dunst will attempt to calculate an appropriate dpi value for each monitor
    # using the resolution and physical size. This might be useful in setups
    # where there are multiple screens with very different dpi values.
    per_monitor_dpi = false

[shortcuts]

    # Shortcuts are specified as [modifier+][modifier+]...key
    # Available modifiers are "ctrl", "mod1" (the alt-key), "mod2",
    # "mod3" and "mod4" (windows-key).
    # Xev might be helpful to find names for keys.

    # Close notification.
    close = ctrl+space

    # Close all notifications.
    close_all = ctrl+shift+space

    # Redisplay last message(s).
    # On the US keyboard layout "grave" is normally above TAB and left
    # of "1". Make sure this key actually exists on your keyboard layout,
    # e.g. check output of 'xmodmap -pke'
    history = ctrl+grave

    # Context menu.
    context = ctrl+shift+period

[urgency_low]
    # IMPORTANT: colors have to be defined in quotation marks.
    # Otherwise the "#" and following would be interpreted as a comment.
    background = "#222222"
    foreground = "#888888"
    timeout = 10
    # Icon for notifications with low urgency, uncomment to enable
    #icon = /path/to/icon

[urgency_normal]
    background = "#285577"
    foreground = "#ffffff"
    timeout = 10
    # Icon for notifications with normal urgency, uncomment to enable
    #icon = /path/to/icon

[urgency_critical]
    background = "#900000"
    foreground = "#ffffff"
    frame_color = "#ff0000"
    timeout = 0
    # Icon for notifications with critical urgency, uncomment to enable
    #icon = /path/to/icon

# Every section that isn't one of the above is interpreted as a rules to
# override settings for certain messages.
# Messages can be matched by "appname", "summary", "body", "icon", "category",
# "msg_urgency" and you can override the "timeout", "urgency", "foreground",
# "background", "new_icon" and "format".
# Shell-like globbing will get expanded.
#
# SCRIPTING
# You can specify a script that gets run when the rule matches by
# setting the "script" option.
# The script will be called as follows:
#   script appname summary body icon urgency
# where urgency can be "LOW", "NORMAL" or "CRITICAL".
#
# NOTE: if you don't want a notification to be displayed, set the format
# to "".
# NOTE: It might be helpful to run dunst -print in a terminal in order
# to find fitting options for rules.

#[espeak]
#    summary = "*"
#    script = dunst_espeak.sh

#[script-test]
#    summary = "*script*"
#    script = dunst_test.sh

#[ignore]
#    # This notification will not be displayed
#    summary = "foobar"
#    format = ""

#[history-ignore]
#    # This notification will not be saved in history
#    summary = "foobar"
#    history_ignore = yes

#[signed_on]
#    appname = Pidgin
#    summary = "*signed on*"
#    urgency = low
#
#[signed_off]
#    appname = Pidgin
#    summary = *signed off*
#    urgency = low
#
#[says]
#    appname = Pidgin
#    summary = *says*
#    urgency = critical
#
#[twitter]
#    appname = Pidgin
#    summary = *twitter.com*
#    urgency = normal
#
# vim: ft=cfg