I also think that someone asked in the forum how this was done
I hear ya - when I used Ubu, I tried the hiding the bar. As you said, it became more of a PITA then a benefit.
@Negata, you are right there is a post floating around somewhere here.
@Chris, yup, hence my move to a slim styled polybar.
I tried something similar, but it was with a combination of keys, let’s call it manualhide.
After some adjustments like borders and height, Slim-polybar looks perfect on my screen. I like to adjust the colors and balance them with the same ones of the wallpaper. Thanks again @Dobbie03!!
i need help to chose theme using polybar pls
The config files are here; you only need config, master, and modules. Place them in ~/.config/polybar and edit them you fit you system.
Some changes. I’ve added the binary clock to polybar that appears in dwmX (here a scrot). Also with jgmenu and workspaces
This is the script
#!/bin/python3 ''' binclock binclock outputs the current time in binary clock format using unicode braille characters. Created Aug 2015 by cbarox ''' import datetime _BRAILLE_ZERO = 0x2800 # maps bit to the value for braille _BRAILLE_MAP1 = [0x40, 0x04, 0x02, 0x01] _BRAILLE_MAP2 = [0x80, 0x20, 0x10, 0x08] # converts a 2 digit number to binary clock form def num2clock(num): d1, d2 = int(num / 10), int(num % 10) brl = _BRAILLE_ZERO for i in range(4): if (d1 & (2**i)): brl |= _BRAILLE_MAP1[i] if (d2 & (2**i)): brl |= _BRAILLE_MAP2[i] return brl result = "" now = datetime.datetime.now() t = [now.hour, now.minute, now.second] for i in t: result += chr(num2clock(i)) print(result)
And I’ve added this module:
[module/binclock] type = custom/script exec = python /home/user/bin/binclock.py label-foreground = #08df70 label-padding = 1 format = <label>
@Negata Nice, going to try that!
Thanks @pippo! I liked how it looked in dwmX. Now I also like in polybar
Looks great @Negata
Wow! Nice and minimal. I like.
Nice & sweet @Tyr-El
Thanks. I took the base of https://github.com/jaagr/dots/tree/master/.local/etc/themer/themes/space and some of the default ArchLabs polybar to make it. Not quite as minimal as some of your bars, but I like it.
Well it looks really nice. Good work.
That’s beautiful, I would love to try them @Dobbie03!