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Description

sxhkd is an X daemon that reacts to input events by executing commands.

Its configuration file is a series of bindings that define the associations between the input events and the commands.

The format of the configuration file supports a simple notation for mapping multiple shortcuts to multiple commands in parallel.

Example Bindings

XF86Audio{Prev,Next}
	mpc -q {prev,next}

@XF86LaunchA
	scrot -s -e 'image_viewer $f'

super + shift + equal
	sxiv -rt "$HOME/image"

XF86LaunchB
	xdotool selectwindow | xsel -bi

super + {h,j,k,l}
	bspc node -f {west,south,north,east}

super + alt + {0-9}
	mpc -q seek {0-9}0%

super + {alt,ctrl,alt + ctrl} + XF86Eject
	sudo systemctl {suspend,reboot,poweroff}

super + {_,shift + }{h,j,k,l}
	bspc node -{f,s} {west,south,north,east}

{_,shift + ,super + }XF86MonBrightness{Down,Up}
	bright {-1,-10,min,+1,+10,max}

super + o ; {e,w,m}
	{gvim,firefox,thunderbird}

super + alt + control + {h,j,k,l} ; {0-9}
	bspc node @{west,south,north,east} -r 0.{0-9}

super + alt + p
	bspc config focus_follows_pointer {true,false}

# Smart resize, will grow or shrink depending on location.
# Will always grow for floating nodes.
super + ctrl + alt + {Left,Down,Up,Right}
  n=10; \
  { d1=left;   d2=right;  dx=-$n; dy=0;   \
  , d1=bottom; d2=top;    dx=0;   dy=$n;  \
  , d1=top;    d2=bottom; dx=0;   dy=-$n; \
  , d1=right;  d2=left;   dx=$n;  dy=0;   \
  } \
  bspc node --resize $d1 $dx $dy || bspc node --resize $d2 $dx $dy

Editor Plugins

Vim

VS Code

Emacs


For further information, check the man pages.