Source code for libqtile.widget.widgetbox

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from __future__ import annotations

from typing import TYPE_CHECKING

from libqtile.command.base import expose_command
from libqtile.log_utils import logger
from libqtile.pangocffi import markup_escape_text
from libqtile.widget import Systray, base

if TYPE_CHECKING:
    from typing import Any


[docs]class WidgetBox(base._TextBox): """A widget to declutter your bar. WidgetBox is a widget that hides widgets by default but shows them when the box is opened. Widgets that are hidden will still update etc. as if they were on the main bar. Button clicks are passed to widgets when they are visible so callbacks will work. Widgets in the box also remain accessible via command interfaces. Widgets can only be added to the box via the configuration file. The widget is configured by adding widgets to the "widgets" parameter as follows:: widget.WidgetBox(widgets=[ widget.TextBox(text="This widget is in the box"), widget.Memory() ] ), """ orientations = base.ORIENTATION_HORIZONTAL defaults: list[tuple[str, Any, str]] = [ ( "close_button_location", "left", "Location of close button when box open ('left' or 'right')", ), ("text_closed", "[<]", "Text when box is closed"), ("text_open", "[>]", "Text when box is open"), ("widgets", list(), "A list of widgets to include in the box"), ("start_opened", False, "Spawn the box opened"), ] def __init__(self, _widgets: list[base._Widget] | None = None, **config): base._TextBox.__init__(self, **config) self.add_defaults(WidgetBox.defaults) self.box_is_open = False self.add_callbacks({"Button1": self.toggle}) if _widgets: logger.warning( "The use of a positional argument in WidgetBox is deprecated. " "Please update your config to use widgets=[...]." ) self.widgets = _widgets self.close_button_location: str if self.close_button_location not in ["left", "right"]: val = self.close_button_location logger.warning("Invalid value for 'close_button_location': %s", val) self.close_button_location = "left" def _configure(self, qtile, bar): base._TextBox._configure(self, qtile, bar) self.text = markup_escape_text(self.text_open if self.box_is_open else self.text_closed) if self.configured: return for idx, w in enumerate(self.widgets): if w.configured: w = w.create_mirror() self.widgets[idx] = w self.qtile.register_widget(w) w._configure(self.qtile, self.bar) w.offsety = self.bar.border_width[0] # In case the widget is mirrored, we need to draw it once so the # mirror can copy the surface but draw it off screen w.offsetx = self.bar.width self.qtile.call_soon(w.draw) # Setting the configured flag for widgets was moved to Bar._configure so we need to # set it here. w.configured = True # Disable drawing of the widget's contents for w in self.widgets: w.drawer.disable() # We're being cautious: `box_is_open` should never be True here... if self.start_opened and not self.box_is_open: self.qtile.call_soon(self.toggle) def set_box_label(self): self.text = markup_escape_text(self.text_open if self.box_is_open else self.text_closed) def toggle_widgets(self): for widget in self.widgets: try: self.bar.widgets.remove(widget) # Override drawer.drawer with a no-op widget.drawer.disable() # Systray widget needs some additional steps to hide as the icons # are separate _Window instances. # Systray unhides icons when it draws so we only need to hide them. if isinstance(widget, Systray): for icon in widget.tray_icons: icon.hide() except ValueError: continue index = self.bar.widgets.index(self) if self.close_button_location == "left": index += 1 if self.box_is_open: # Need to reverse list as widgets get added in front of eachother. for widget in self.widgets[::-1]: # enable drawing again widget.drawer.enable() self.bar.widgets.insert(index, widget)
[docs] @expose_command() def toggle(self): """Toggle box state""" self.box_is_open = not self.box_is_open self.toggle_widgets() self.set_box_label() self.bar.draw()
[docs] @expose_command() def open(self): """Open the widgetbox.""" if not self.box_is_open: self.toggle()
[docs] @expose_command() def close(self): """Close the widgetbox.""" if self.box_is_open: self.toggle()
def finalize(self): for widget in self.widgets: widget.finalize() base._TextBox.finalize(self)