Spotify too big: Dunst config help

I have no clue what I am doing, but while searching for my solution on the inter-webs I came across a dunst config file that had a lot of comments describing what each things do but upon reading further towards the bottom there’s a command dunst -print it waits for an event to happen, in this case, I ran the command pkill dunst && dunst -print I then change the song in Spotify and it printed out the following

{
    appname: 'Spotify'
    summary: 'Mermaid Princess'
    body: 'nanobii - Digital Heart'
    icon: '(null)'
    raw_icon set: true
    category: 
    timeout: 10000
    urgency: LOW
    transient: 0
    formatted: '<b>Now Playing</b>
Mermaid Princess
nanobii - Digital Heart'
    fg: #c0c5ce
    bg: #2b303b
    frame: #F48FB1
    id: 2
    script: (null)
}

I have a section for Spotify with the following in my dunst config file

[Spotify]
    appname = Spotify
    format = "<b>Now Playing</b>\n%s\n%b"
    timeout = 10

I have no clue on what to do to make the album cover image smaller while having the text to the right of it.

here what it looks now
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and heres what I want it to look like HERE


Edit: Oh and while in my last thread I was told to look for “geometry” but when changing the values around it doesn’t really affect the Spotify thing.

Thank you for taking the time to read this.

I don’t see any option there to edit the cover size. Best place to ask will be where you found the script.

I’m on a new install with default dunst config file, I just took the snippet

[Spotify]
      appname = Spotify

and I did the command pkill dunst && dunst -print to get the other information for the Spotify section but I didn’t see a way to resize the cover image.

is that possible?

I don’t think so. Sorry I don’t use Spotify, just Audacious player. The Arch wiki doesn’t give any hints either.
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Dunst

Maybe you could ask the dunst guys directly on IRC, freenode #dunst?


Actually, after reading further at their github I found this:

The second answer says to change max_icon_size, fiddle around with different values to see what happens.

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Oh that did work thanks for finding that.

Thank You :heart:

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Glad it worked :smiley:

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