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makoctl - Man Page

controls the mako(1) daemon

Synopsis

makoctl [cmd] [options...]

Description

Sends IPC commands to the running mako daemon via dbus.

Commands

dismiss [-a|--all] [-g|--group] [-n <id>]

Dismisses a notification.

Options:

-a, --all

Dismiss all notifications.

-g, --group

Dismiss the first notification group.

-n <id>

Dismiss the notification with the given id. Defaults to the first notification.

restore

Restores the most recently expired notification from the history buffer.

invoke [-n <id>] [action]

Invokes an action on a notification. If action is not specified, invokes the default action. Action names can be discovered using `makoctl list`.

Options:

-n <id>

Invoke the action on the notification with the given id. Defaults to the first notification.

menu [-n <id>] <program> [argument...]

Use a program to select an action on a notification. The list of actions are joined on newlines and passed to program. The program should write the selected action to stdout. If an action is given, this action will be invoked.

If no action is found, or no action is selected, makoctl will return non-zero.

Options:

-n <id>

List the actions of the notification with the given id. Defaults to the first notification.

Examples:

  makoctl menu dmenu -p 'Select Action: '
  makoctl menu -n 12345 wofi -d -p 'Choose Action: '
list

Retrieve a list of current notifications.

history

Retrieve a list of dismissed notifications.

reload

Reloads the configuration file.

mode
mode -s <mode>...
mode [-a mode]... [-r mode]... [-t mode]... +
When run without any option, retrieves a list of current modes.

When run with the -s option, replaces the current modes with the provided list.

When run with the -a or -r options, adds or removes the provided mode from the current modes.

When run with the -t option, toggle the mode by removing it when present and otherwise adding it.

See the MODES section in mako(5) for more information about modes.

help, -h, --help

Show help message and quit.

Authors

Maintained by Simon Ser <contact@emersion.fr>, who is assisted by other open-source contributors. For more information about mako development, see https://github.com/emersion/mako.

See Also

mako(1)

Referenced By

mako(1), mako(5).

2024-06-02