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added whatsapp telegram and keepass to bspwm

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Matthias Puchstein 1 month ago
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bspwm/bspwmrc_uni View File

@@ -32,7 +32,9 @@ bspc rule -a Pavucontrol state=floating
bspc rule -a TeamSpeak\ 3 desktop=^2
bspc rule -a Mumble desktop=^2
bspc rule -a Steam desktop=^3 state=pseudo_tiled
bspc rule -a KeepassXC desktop=^12
bspc rule -a KeePassXC desktop=^9
bspc rule -a Blueman-manager state=floating
bspc rule -a TelegramDesktop desktop=^11
bspc rule -a whatsapp-nativefier-d52542 desktop=^12

bspc wm --adopt-orphans

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bspwm/init_owlenlap00 View File

@@ -3,5 +3,5 @@
/home/mpuchstein/.screenlayout/desktopmode.sh

bspc monitor eDP-1 -d I II III IV
bspc monitor VGA-1 -d I II III IV
bspc monitor HDMI-1 -d I II III IV
bspc monitor VGA-1 -d V VI VII VIII
bspc monitor HDMI-1 -d IX X XII XIII

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deadd/deadd.conf View File

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[notification-center]

# Margin at the top of the notification center in pixels. This can be
# used to avoid overlap between the notification center and bars such
# as polybar or i3blocks.
marginTop = 0

# Margin at the bottom of the notification center in pixels.
marginBottom = 0

# Margin to the right of the notification center in pixels.
marginRight = 0


# Width of the notification center in pixels.
width = 500

# Monitor on which the notification center will be printed.
monitor = 0

# If true, the notification center will open on the screen, on which the
# mouse is
followMouse = false


# (Optional) Command to run at startup. This can be used to setup
# button states.
# startupCommand = "deadd-notification-center-startup"

# If newFirst is set to true, newest notifications appear on the top
# of the notification center. Else, notifications stack, from top to
# bottom.
newFirst = true

# If true, the transient field in notifications will be ignored and
# the notification will be persisted in the notifiction center anyways
ignoreTransient = false

# If true, markup (<u>, <i>, <b>, <a> , <img>) will be displayed properly
useMarkup = true

# If set to true, the parameter noClosedMsg can be set on
# notifications. If noClosedMsg is set to true on a notification,
# DBUS NotificationClosed messages will not be send for this
# notification.
configSendNotiClosedDbusMessage = false

# If set to true: If no icon is passed by the app_icon parameter
# and no application "desktop-entry"-hint is present, the notification
# center will try to guess the icon from the application name (if present).
# Default is true.
guessIconFromAppname = true

# See section "Notification based scripting" for an explenation
#match = "title=Abc;body=abc":"app=notify-send"
#modify = "transient=false"
#run = "":"killall notify-send"

[notification-center-notification-popup]

# Default timeout used for notifications in milli-seconds. This can
# be overwritten with the "-t" option (or "--expire-time") of the
# notify-send command.
notiDefaultTimeout = 10000

# Margin above notifications (in pixels). This can be used to avoid
# overlap between notifications and a bar such as polybar or i3blocks.
distanceTop = 50

# Margin on the right of the notification (in pixels).
distanceRight = 50

# Vertical distance between 2 notifications (in pixels).
distanceBetween = 20

# Width of the notifications.
width = 300

# Monitor on which the notification will be printed.
monitor = 0

# If true, the notifications will open on the screen, on which the
# mouse is
followMouse = false

# The display size of the application icons in the notification
# pop-ups and in the notification center
iconSize = 20

# The maximal display size of images that are part of notifications
# for notification pop-ups and in the notification center
maxImageSize = 100

[colors]
# Note about colors: Colors can be represented in (at least, I mean,
# who knows...) three different ways:
# 1. #RGB with "R", "G" and "B" hexadecimal numbers (0-9, A-F or
# a-f).
# 2. #RRGGBB with each occurence of "R", "G" and "B" are hexadecimal
# numbers (0-9, A-F or a-f).
# 3. rgba(R, G, B, A) where "R", "G" and "B" are between 0 and 255
# and A is a floating point number between 0 and 1 representing
# the alpha channel (transparency).


# Background color for the notification center.
background = rgba(29, 27, 20, 0.6)

# Background color for the notification popups.
notiBackground = rgba(9, 0, 0, 0.5)

# Color for the text (summary, body and application name) in
# notification popups.
notiColor = #fef3f6

# Background color for "critical" notification popups.
critical = rgba(255, 0, 50, 0.5)

# Color for the text (summary, body and application name) in
# "critical" notification popups.
criticalColor = #FFF

# Background color for "critical" notifications in notification
# center.
criticalInCenter = rgba(155, 0, 20, 0.5)

# Color for the text (summary, body and application name) in
# "critical" notification in notification center.
criticalInCenterColor = #FFF


# Global text color
labelColor = #eae2e0

### These button configurations are applied globaly (except they
### get overwritten in the [buttons] section. The buttons section
### only applies to the configurable buttons within the notification
### center, while these configs also apply to the buttons within
### notifications.)
# Color for the text in the buttons.
buttonColor = #eae2e0

# Background color of button in hover state (mouse over)
buttonHover = rgba(0, 20, 20, 0.2)

# Text color of button in hover state (mouse over)
buttonHoverColor = #fee

# Background color of button
buttonBackground = transparent

[buttons]
### This section describes the configurable buttons within the
### notification center and NOT the buttons that appear in the
### notifications

# Note: If you want your buttons in the notification center to be
# squares you should verify that the following equality holds:
# [notification-center]::width
# == [buttons]::buttonsPerRow * [buttons]::buttonHeight
# + ([buttons]::buttonsPerRow + 1) * [buttons]::buttonMargin

# Numbers of buttons that can be drawn on a row of the notification
# center.
buttonsPerRow = 5

# Height of buttons in the notification center (in pixels).
buttonHeight = 60

# Horizontal and vertical margin between each button in the
# notification center (in pixels).
buttonMargin = 2

# Labels written on the buttons in the notification center. Labels
# should be written between quotes and separated by a colon. For
# example:
# labels = "VPN":"Bluetooth":"Wifi":"Screensaver"

# Each label is represented as a clickable button in the notification
# center. The commands variable below define the commands that should
# be launched when the user clicks on the associated button. There
# should be the same number of entries in `commands` and in `labels`
# commands = "sudo vpnToggle":"bluetoothToggle":"wifiToggle":"screensaverToggle"

# Color of the labels of the custom buttons in the notification
# center.
buttonColor = #fee

# Color of the custom buttons' background in the notification center.
buttonBackground = rgba(255, 255, 255, 0.15)

# Color of the custom buttons' background in the notification center
# when hovered.
buttonHover = rgba(0, 20, 20, 0.2)

# Color of the labels of the custom buttons in the notification center
# when hovered.
buttonHoverColor = #fee

# Text size of the custom buttons in the notification center.
buttonTextSize = 12px;

# Color of the custom buttons' background in the notification center
# when its state is set to true as described in the Section Usage
buttonState1 = rgba(255,255,255,0.5)

# Color of the custom buttons' text in the notification center
# when its state is set to true as described in the Section Usage
buttonState1Color = #fff

# Color of the custom buttons' background, hovering, in the
# notification center when its state is set to true as described in
# the Section Usage
buttonState1Hover = rgba(0, 20, 20, 0.4)

# Color of the custom buttons' text, hovering, in the
# notification center when its state is set to true as described in
# the Section Usage
buttonState1HoverColor = #fee

# Color of the custom buttons' background, in the notification center
# when the button is clicked and not yet set to a new value via the
# method as described in Section Usage
buttonState2 = rgba(255,255,255,0.3)

# Color of the custom buttons' text, in the notification center
# when the button is clicked and not yet set to a new value via the
# method as described in Section Usage
buttonState2Color = #fff

# Color of the custom buttons' background,
# hovering, in the notification center when the button is clicked and
# not yet set to a new value via the method as described in Section
# Usage
buttonState2Hover = rgba(0, 20, 20, 0.3)

# Color of the custom buttons' text, hovering, in the notification
# center when the button is clicked and not yet set to a new value via
# the method as described in Section Usage
buttonState2HoverColor = #fee

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