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commit aa6965981dd6d6c5078ba4098a03c949965165e8
parent caec6776cd9391d1e43327d34c6dc5d5a7ec4198
Author: z3bra <willy@mailoo.org>
Date:   Fri, 30 May 2014 11:09:41 +0200

Changed my mind about sxhkd

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2014/04/pop-it-up.txt | 11+++++++----
1 file changed, 7 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/2014/04/pop-it-up.txt b/2014/04/pop-it-up.txt @@ -180,10 +180,13 @@ The last type of popup I use is those that occur when a key is pressed. The best exemple for that are the volume keys. I don't know how you handle this, but personnally, I use `xbindkeys` for that. It's a software that let the user map commands to hotkeys, which is totally useful for everything. I know some people -(`bspwm` users, mostly) use baskerville's `sxhkd` to do so. I have nothing -against this soft, but it will just not cut it here. For further explanations, -see [this comment -@nixers.net](http://nixers.net/showthread.php?tid=888&pid=9444#pid9444). +(`bspwm` users, mostly) use baskerville's `sxhkd` to do so. <span +class='strike'>I have nothing against this soft, but it will just not cut it +here. For further explanations, see [this comment +@nixers.net](http://nixers.net/showthread.php?tid=888&pid=9444#pid9444).</span> +([/u/jumpwah](http://reddit.com/u/jumpwah) pointed that `sxhkd` can run +multiple commands using a single keybind, as show in +[`examples/sxhkdrc`](https://github.com/baskerville/bspwm/blob/master/examples/sxhkdrc#L26-29)). So, if you already use `xbindkeys` to change your volume level, probably already know what to do.