Flip your screen automatically past a certain hour
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flip-screen

Flip your screen automatically past a certain hour.

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Requirements

  • Linux

Installation

  1. Go to your installation path: cd your/desired/installation/path
  2. Clone the repo: git clone https://github.com/timotheechauvin/flip-screen
  3. In main.py, change the value of invert_hour to your preferred value.
  4. Go to "Startup applications" (type Super then startup, and select it).
  5. Click "Add"
  6. Type:
  • name = flip-screen
  • command = /bin/bash -c "sleep 15 && python3 your/path/flip-screen/main.py" (don't forget to put your own path!)
  • comment (optional) = From https://github.com/timotheechauvin/flip-screen

Now the main program is working (you'll have to restart your computer, though). Now you may want to be able to revert the screen(s) back to normal on certain circumstances. That's where norscr.py comes in handy.

  1. Go to the end of your ~/.bashrc file
  2. Add aliases to norscr and invscr:
  • alias norscr='your/path/flip-screen/norscr.py'
  • alias invscr='your/path/flip-screen/invscr.py'

Usage

If you've completed the steps above, and restarted your computer, your screen should get inverted at the hour specified by the variable invert_hour.

You can also invert and get your screen back to normal by typing respectively invscr and norscr in your terminal.

Contributing

Issues, feedback and pull requests are all warmly welcome!

License

This project is under the MIT license.