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A script that changes the conky theme on your desktop
After downloading the files, copy them to the directory of your
conky.conf file exists. If you don't have a
conky.conf file, follow these instructions: https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Conky#Configuration.
To run the script, type
./conkyswitch.sh [THEME] on a terminal window.
You can use this script like this:
After typing this, your conky configuration will be changed to the dark theme.
In order to use this script, you should have
There are two themes you can use by default, both are slightly changed variants of the default conky.conf, optimized for use with light or dark wallpapers.
light - A theme optimized for use with a light wallpaper
dark - A theme optimized for use with a dark wallpaper
You can add your theme in the
alt_conf directory if you want to. You can apply it by typing:
./conkyswitch.sh [THEME NAME]
There are a few additional options that you can use. You should type
-- before them.
backup - Makes a backup of your current
restore - Restores the last backup of the conky.conf file
help - Displays the help screen
To keep a backup of your
conky.conf, you should type: