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states property

Overview

Some modules support 'states' which allows percentage values to be used as styling triggers to apply a class when the value matches the declared state value.

States

Every entry (state) consists of a <name> (typeof: string) and a <value> (typeof: integer).

  • The state can be addressed as a CSS class in the style.css. The name of the CSS class is the <name> of the state. Each class gets activated when the current value is equal to or less than the configured <value> for the battery module, or equal to or greater than the configured <value> for all other modules.
  • Also, each state can have its own format. Those can be configured via format-<name>, or if you want to differentiate a bit more, as format-<status>-<state>.

Example

  "battery": {
  	"bat": "BAT2",
  	"interval": 60,
  	"states": {
  		"warning": 30,
  		"critical": 15
  	},
  	"format": "{capacity}% {icon}",
  	"format-icons": ["", "", "", "", ""],
  	"max-length": 25
  }

Styling States

Example

  • #battery.warning: { background: orange; }
  • #battery.critical: { background: red; }

Referenced By

waybar(5), waybar-backlight(5), waybar-battery(5), waybar-cpu(5), waybar-disk(5), waybar-memory(5), waybar-pulseaudio(5).

2024-01-29