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Is possible to make only the clock font in tray to be bold (or even to change the font)? #276
I know the 'thickness' of a font can be set in ~/.jwm/theme , ie:
But if set as it this, all tray fonts, including the Root Menu (if assigned), the TaskList, etc. would become bold.
It would be nice to set only a parameter to a single component of the tray (or whatever you are configuring in JWM), maybe something to set in ~/.jwm/tray like this (the following is 'syntax mock up'):
Just an idea.
In older versions of JWM, it was possible to specify the font of the clock using the
Another way to accomplish the goal is to use
+1 for restoring some of the removed styles ... I like an LCD style font for my clock, but not for menus, etc...
I also kinda liked having tray-button styles that were different from the tray (it makes the buttons more obvious ... especially with a flat tray and gradient buttons)
For small devices it would be nice to be able to configure the pagerstyle to have different backgrounds per desktop to use as sort of notebook tabs for different app types.
Anyway, this is a thing that could be asked to the community, no?
I mean, this other user @technosaurus (ahaha, pretty nice username) is up to have this feature. Maybe this question I asked here could became a poll (or just a stick question) here in this JWM github page (for a couple of days or a week or so).
I guess this is the best way I can think how to go in this situation.
Here is an example using xload (I have this in my config)
for xclock I'd suggest reading