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==Notification ID==
 
==Notification ID==
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You can assign an ID to a notification by calling dunstify with the {{ic|-r ID}} option, where {{ic|ID}} needs to be an integer.
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If a notification with that ID already exists it will be replaced with the new one(therefore the long option name {{ic|1=--replace=ID}}).
  
==Actions==
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Furthermore you can close a notification by using {{ic|1=dunstify --close=ID}}.
  
  
 
==Tips and tricks==
 
==Tips and tricks==
 
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Revision as of 22:14, 31 December 2018

Dunstify is an alternative to the notify-send command which is completely compatible to notify-send and can be used alongside it, but offers some more features. Dunstify works only with the Dunst notification daemon.

Additionally to the options available in notify-send, dunstify offers some more features like IDs and actions.

Installation

Dunstify is available through the AUR. Simply install the dunstifyAUR package.

Notification ID

You can assign an ID to a notification by calling dunstify with the -r ID option, where ID needs to be an integer. If a notification with that ID already exists it will be replaced with the new one(therefore the long option name --replace=ID).

Furthermore you can close a notification by using dunstify --close=ID.


Tips and tricks

Some more content