foot, sway: add config; tmux: adjust for foot

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Von Random 4 weeks ago
parent 01e168e0f6
commit 76bc53d949
  1. 56
      foot.ini
  2. 281
      sway_config
  3. 2
      tmux.conf

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# -*- conf -*-
font=Cascadia Code PL:size=14
box-drawings-uses-font-glyphs=no
# dpi-aware=yes
notify=notify-send -a ${app-id} -i ${app-id} ${title} ${body}
bold-text-in-bright=no
word-delimiters=,│`|:"'()[]{}<>
[bell]
urgent=no
notify=no
[scrollback]
lines=15000
[cursor]
style=underline
color=111111 dcdccc
underline-thickness=3
[mouse]
hide-when-typing=no
[colors]
background=282828
foreground=ebdbb2
regular0=282828
regular1=cc241d
regular2=98971a
regular3=d79921
regular4=458588
regular5=b16286
regular6=689d6a
regular7=a89984
bright0=928374
bright1=fb4934
bright2=b8bb26
bright3=fabd2f
bright4=83a598
bright5=d3869b
bright6=8ec07c
bright7=ebdbb2
[key-bindings]
clipboard-copy=Mod1+c XF86Copy
clipboard-paste=Mod1+v XF86Paste
[mouse-bindings]
select-begin-block=Mod1+BTN_LEFT
# vim: ft=conf

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# Default config for sway
#
# Copy this to ~/.config/sway/config and edit it to your liking.
#
# Read `man 5 sway` for a complete reference.
### Variables
#
# Logo key. Use Mod1 for Alt.
set $mod Mod4
# Home row direction keys, like vim
set $left h
set $down j
set $up k
set $right l
set $font Cascadia Code PL 13
font pango:Cascadia Code PL 11
#set $font Fantasque Sans Mono 15
#font pango:Fantasque Sans Mono 13
set $wallpaper /home/von/.wallpaper
default_border pixel
default_floating_border pixel
seat seat0 xcursor_theme Vanilla-DMZ
### Output configuration
#
# Default wallpaper (more resolutions are available in /usr/share/backgrounds/sway/)
output * bg $wallpaper fill
### Dynamic display configuration
exec kanshi
exec_always pkill kanshi; exec kanshi
#output eDP-1 position 0,0 scale 1
#output DP-1 scale 1.5
#
# Example configuration:
#
# output HDMI-A-1 resolution 1920x1080 position 1920,0
#
# You can get the names of your outputs by running: swaymsg -t get_outputs
### Idle configuration
#
# Example configuration:
#
exec swayidle -w \
timeout 300 'swaylock -f -i '$wallpaper \
timeout 600 'swaymsg "output * dpms off"' \
resume 'swaymsg "output * dpms on"' \
before-sleep 'swaylock -f -i '$wallpaper
bindsym --to-code $mod+z exec 'swaylock -f -i '$wallpaper
#
# This will lock your screen after 300 seconds of inactivity, then turn off
# your displays after another 300 seconds, and turn your screens back on when
# resumed. It will also lock your screen before your computer goes to sleep.
### Input configuration
#
# Example configuration:
#
# input "2:14:SynPS/2_Synaptics_TouchPad" {
# dwt enabled
# tap enabled
# natural_scroll enabled
# middle_emulation enabled
# }
#
# You can get the names of your inputs by running: swaymsg -t get_inputs
# Read `man 5 sway-input` for more information about this section.
### Key bindings
#
# Basics:
#
# Start a terminal
bindsym --to-code $mod+x exec default-terminal-emulator
# Kill focused window
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+c kill
# Start your launcher
bindsym --to-code $mod+d exec bemenu-run -i --fn "$font" --no-exec | xargs swaymsg exec --
bindsym --to-code $mod+u exec bemenu-pass -i --fn "$font"
# Drag floating windows by holding down $mod and left mouse button.
# Resize them with right mouse button + $mod.
# Despite the name, also works for non-floating windows.
# Change normal to inverse to use left mouse button for resizing and right
# mouse button for dragging.
floating_modifier $mod normal
# Reload the configuration file
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+r reload
# Exit sway (logs you out of your Wayland session)
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+e exec swaynag -t warning -m 'You pressed the exit shortcut. Do you really want to exit sway? This will end your Wayland session.' -b 'Yes, exit sway' 'swaymsg exit'
# Screenshot
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+s exec screenshot-tool
#
# Moving around:
#
# Move your focus around
bindsym --to-code $mod+$left focus left
bindsym --to-code $mod+$down focus down
bindsym --to-code $mod+$up focus up
bindsym --to-code $mod+$right focus right
# Or use $mod+[up|down|left|right]
bindsym --to-code $mod+Left focus left
bindsym --to-code $mod+Down focus down
bindsym --to-code $mod+Up focus up
bindsym --to-code $mod+Right focus right
# Move the focused window with the same, but add Shift
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+$left move left
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+$down move down
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+$up move up
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+$right move right
# Ditto, with arrow keys
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+Left move left
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+Down move down
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+Up move up
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+Right move right
#
# Workspaces:
#
# move to another screen
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+o move workspace to output left
# switch between recent workspaces
bindsym --to-code $mod+o workspace back_and_forth
# Switch to workspace
bindsym --to-code $mod+1 workspace 1
bindsym --to-code $mod+2 workspace 2
bindsym --to-code $mod+3 workspace 3
bindsym --to-code $mod+4 workspace 4
bindsym --to-code $mod+5 workspace 5
bindsym --to-code $mod+6 workspace 6
bindsym --to-code $mod+7 workspace 7
bindsym --to-code $mod+8 workspace 8
bindsym --to-code $mod+9 workspace 9
bindsym --to-code $mod+0 workspace 10
# Move focused container to workspace
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+1 move container to workspace 1
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+2 move container to workspace 2
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+3 move container to workspace 3
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+4 move container to workspace 4
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+5 move container to workspace 5
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+6 move container to workspace 6
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+7 move container to workspace 7
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+8 move container to workspace 8
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+9 move container to workspace 9
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+0 move container to workspace 10
# Note: workspaces can have any name you want, not just numbers.
# We just use 1-10 as the default.
#
# Layout stuff:
#
# You can "split" the current object of your focus with
# $mod+b or $mod+v, for horizontal and vertical splits
# respectively.
bindsym --to-code $mod+b splith
bindsym --to-code $mod+v splitv
# Switch the current container between different layout styles
bindsym --to-code $mod+s layout stacking
bindsym --to-code $mod+w layout tabbed
bindsym --to-code $mod+e layout toggle split
# Make the current focus fullscreen
bindsym --to-code $mod+f fullscreen
# Toggle the current focus between tiling and floating mode
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+Return floating toggle
# Swap focus between the tiling area and the floating area
bindsym --to-code $mod+Return focus mode_toggle
# Move focus to the parent container
bindsym --to-code $mod+a focus parent
#
# Scratchpad:
#
# Sway has a "scratchpad", which is a bag of holding for windows.
# You can send windows there and get them back later.
# Move the currently focused window to the scratchpad
bindsym --to-code $mod+Shift+minus move scratchpad
# Show the next scratchpad window or hide the focused scratchpad window.
# If there are multiple scratchpad windows, this command cycles through them.
bindsym --to-code $mod+minus scratchpad show
#
# Resizing containers:
#
mode "resize" {
# left will shrink the containers width
# right will grow the containers width
# up will shrink the containers height
# down will grow the containers height
bindsym --to-code $left resize shrink width 10px
bindsym --to-code $down resize grow height 10px
bindsym --to-code $up resize shrink height 10px
bindsym --to-code $right resize grow width 10px
# Ditto, with arrow keys
bindsym --to-code Left resize shrink width 10px
bindsym --to-code Down resize grow height 10px
bindsym --to-code Up resize shrink height 10px
bindsym --to-code Right resize grow width 10px
# Return to default mode
bindsym --to-code Return mode "default"
bindsym --to-code Escape mode "default"
}
bindsym --to-code $mod+r mode "resize"
bindsym --to-code XF86AudioRaiseVolume exec "pactl set-sink-volume 0 +5%"
bindsym --to-code XF86AudioLowerVolume exec "pactl set-sink-volume 0 -5%"
bindsym --to-code XF86AudioMute exec "pactl set-sink-volume 0 0%"
#
# Status Bar:
#
# Read `man 5 sway-bar` for more information about this section.
bar {
position top
# When the status_command prints a new line to stdout, swaybar updates.
# The default just shows the current date and time.
#status_command while date +'%Y-%m-%d %l:%M:%S %p'; do sleep 1; done
status_command "i3status-rs"
colors {
separator #6d0080
background #2c2c2c
statusline #ffffff
# focused_workspace #6d0080 #6d0080 #ffffff
# active_workspace #6d0080 #6d0080 #ffffff
# inactive_workspace #2c2c2c #2c2c2c #ffffff
# urgent_workspace #e68b00 #e68b00 #ffffff
}
}
input "type:keyboard" {
xkb_layout "us,ru"
xkb_variant "altgr-intl,typewriter"
xkb_options "grp:win_space_toggle,compose:menu,ctrl:nocaps"
}
input "type:touchpad" {
dwt disabled
tap disabled
natural_scroll disabled
click_method clickfinger
}
# rules
for_window [app_id="nmtui"] floating enable
for_window [app_id="pavucontrol"] floating enable
for_window [class="xfreerdp"] floating enable
for_window [app_id="zoom"] floating enable
for_window [class="^sun-awt"] floating enable
for_window [class="java-lang-Thread"] floating enable
# scratchpad
for_window [app_id="keepassxc"] move scratchpad, scratchpad show
bindsym --to-code $mod+i [app_id="keepassxc"] scratchpad show
# other settings
workspace_auto_back_and_forth yes
focus_wrapping yes
# autostart
exec mako
include /etc/sway/config.d/*

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set -g status-right-length "100"
# relevant to local only
set -g terminal-overrides "alacritty:Tc,kitty-xterm:Tc,xterm-256color:Tc,rxvt-unicode*:Tc"
set -g terminal-overrides "alacritty:Tc,foot:Tc,kitty-xterm:Tc,xterm-256color:Tc,rxvt-unicode*:Tc"
set -g default-terminal "tmux-256color"

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