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commit 9391af624c07382663474f36573b8cbd87d78090
parent 6b334b59fc9f681fd16fe437c363213bba80f640
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Sat,  1 Jun 2019 10:53:34 -0400

dox

Diffstat:
M.local/bin/displayselect | 7+++----
M.local/bin/dmenumount | 11++++++-----
M.local/bin/dmenupass | 4++++
3 files changed, 13 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.local/bin/displayselect b/.local/bin/displayselect @@ -1,9 +1,8 @@ #!/bin/sh -# A UI for detecting and selecting all displays. -# Probes xrandr for connected displays and lets user select one to use. -# User may also select "manual selection" which opens arandr. -# I plan on adding a routine from multi-monitor setups later. +# A UI for detecting and selecting all displays. Probes xrandr for connected +# displays and lets user select one to use. User may also select "manual +# selection" which opens arandr. twoscreen() { # If multi-monitor is selected and there are two screens. diff --git a/.local/bin/dmenumount b/.local/bin/dmenumount @@ -1,8 +1,9 @@ #!/bin/sh -# Gives a dmenu prompt to mount unmounted drives. -# If they're in /etc/fstab, they'll be mounted automatically. -# Otherwise, you'll be prompted to give a mountpoint from already existsing directories. -# If you input a novel directory, it will prompt you to create that directory. + +# Gives a dmenu prompt to mount unmounted drives and Android phones. If +# they're in /etc/fstab, they'll be mounted automatically. Otherwise, you'll +# be prompted to give a mountpoint from already existsing directories. If you +# input a novel directory, it will prompt you to create that directory. getmount() { \ [ -z "$chosen" ] && exit 1 @@ -51,7 +52,7 @@ if [ -z "$usbdrives" ]; then else if [ -z "$anddrives" ]; then echo "USB drive(s) detected." - mountusb + mountusb else echo "Mountable USB drive(s) and Android device(s) detected." asktype diff --git a/.local/bin/dmenupass b/.local/bin/dmenupass @@ -1,2 +1,6 @@ #!/bin/sh + +# This script is the SUDO_ASKPASS variable, meaning that it will be used as a +# password prompt if needed. + dmenu -fn Monospace-18 -sb "#d79921" -sf "#1d2021" -nf "#000000" -nb "#000000" -p "$1" <&- && echo