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[global]
font = Monospace 8
# Allow a small subset of html markup in notifications and formats:
# <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>.
# If markup is not allowed, those tags will be stripped out of the
# message.
allow_markup = yes
# Treat incoming notifications as plain text
plain_text = no
# 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
# Markup is allowed
format = "<b>%s</b>\n%b"
# Sort messages by urgency.
sort = yes
# Show how many messages are currently hidden (because of geometry).
indicate_hidden = yes
# Alignment of message text.
# Possible values are "left", "center" and "right".
alignment = left
# The frequency with which text that is longer than the notification
# window allows bounces back and forth.
# This option conflicts with "word_wrap".
# Set to 0 to disable.
bounce_freq = 0
# 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
# Ignore newlines '\n' in notifications.
ignore_newline = no
# 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"
# 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
# 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.
idle_threshold = 120
# 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
# 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
# Display indicators for URLs (U) and actions (A).
show_indicators = yes
# The spacing between lines. If the height is smaller than the
# font height, it will get raised to the font height.
line_height = 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 = 8
# Horizontal padding.
horizontal_padding = 8
# 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
# Print a notification on startup.
# This is mainly for error detection, since dbus (re-)starts dunst
# automatically after a crash.
startup_notification = false
# dmenu path.
dmenu = /usr/bin/dmenu -p dunst:
# Browser for opening urls in context menu.
browser = /usr/bin/firefox -new-tab
# Align icons left/right/off
icon_position = off
# Paths to default icons.
icon_folders = /usr/share/icons/gnome/16x16/status/:/usr/share/icons/gnome/16x16/devices/
[frame]
width = 3
color = "#aaaaaa"
[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".
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
[urgency_normal]
background = "#285577"
foreground = "#ffffff"
timeout = 10
[urgency_critical]
background = "#900000"
foreground = "#ffffff"
timeout = 0
# 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 = ""
#[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
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