i3‐nagbar − displays an error bar on top of your screen

i3−nagbar [−m <message>] [−b <button> <action>] [−B <button>
<action>] [−t warning|error] [−f <font>] [−v]

     −v, −−version
     Display version number and exit.

     −h, −−help
     Display a short help−message and exit.

     −t, −−type type
     Display either a warning or error message. This only
     changes the color scheme for the i3−nagbar. Default:

     −m, −−message message
     Display message as text on the left of the i3−nagbar.

     −f, −−font font
     Select font that is being used.

     −b, −−button button action
     Create a button with text button. The action are the
     shell commands that will be executed by this button.
     Multiple buttons can be defined. Will launch the shell
     commands inside a terminal emulator, using

     −B, −−button−no−terminal button action
     Same as above, but will execute the shell commands
     directly, without launching a terminal emulator.

i3−nagbar is used by i3 to tell you about errors in your
configuration file (for example). While these errors are
logged to the logfile (if any), the past has proven that
users are either not aware of their logfile or do not check
it after modifying the configuration file.

     i3−nagbar −m 'You have an error in your i3 config file!' \
     −b 'edit config' 'i3−sensible−editor ~/.config/i3/config'



Michael Stapelberg and contributors