waybar-keyboard-state - Man Page

keyboard-state module

Description

The keyboard-state module displays the state of number lock, caps lock, and scroll lock.

Configuration

interval:
typeof: integer
default: 1
The interval, in seconds, to poll the keyboard state.

format:
typeof: string|object
default: {name} {icon}
The format, how information should be displayed. If a string, the same format is used for all keyboard states. If an object, the fields "numlock", "capslock", and "scrolllock" each specify the format for the corresponding state. Any unspecified states use the default format.

format-icons:
typeof: object
default: {"locked": "locked", "unlocked": "unlocked"}
Based on the keyboard state, the corresponding icon gets selected. The same set of icons is used for number, caps, and scroll lock, but the icon is selected from the set independently for each. See icons.

numlock:
typeof: bool
default: false
Display the number lock state.

capslock:
typeof: bool
default: false
Display the caps lock state.

scrolllock:
typeof: bool
default: false
Display the scroll lock state.

device-path:
typeof: string
default: chooses first valid input device
Which libevdev input device to show the state of. Libevdev devices can be found in /dev/input. The device should support number lock, caps lock, and scroll lock events.

Format Replacements

{name}: Caps, Num, or Scroll.

{icon}: Icon, as defined in format-icons.

Icons

The following format-icons can be set.

  • locked: Will be shown when the keyboard state is locked. Default "locked".
  • unlocked: Will be shown when the keyboard state is not locked. Default "unlocked"

Example

  "keyboard-state": {
      "numlock": true,
      "capslock": true,
      "format": "{name} {icon}",
      "format-icons": {
          "locked": "ļ€£",
          "unlocked": "ļ‚œ"
      }
  }

Style

  • #keyboard-state
  • #keyboard-state label
  • #keyboard-state label.locked

Referenced By

waybar(5).

2021-11-03