This provides extended functionality by a ‘.notify-osd’ file on user’s home. This can be either edited or managed with NotifyOSDConfiguration (notifyconf, not provided).
The contents of the file are pretty much self-explanatory:
slot-allocation = dynamic bubble-expire-timeout = 10sec bubble-vertical-gap = 10px bubble-horizontal-gap = 10px bubble-corner-radius = 50,5% bubble-icon-size = 36px bubble-gauge-size = 5px bubble-width = 320px bubble-background-color = e0d6ba bubble-background-opacity = 100% text-margin-size = 15px text-title-size = 100% text-title-weight = bold text-title-color = 008000 text-title-opacity = 100% text-body-size = 100% text-body-weight = normal text-body-color = 152114 text-body-opacity = 100% text-shadow-opacity = 25%
It replaces the standard notification-daemon for GNOME which can be safely removed before install with: ‘zypper remove notification-daemon’ or just ‘rpm -e notification-daemon’.
Then you can install my RPM through your preferred method.
Glad to help if you were searching for it! Feel free to post your screenshots and your .notify-osd tweaks.
/* with leolik patch */
Canonical’s on-screen-display notification agent, implementing the freedesktop.org Desktop Notifications Specification with semi-transparent click-through bubbles.
The freedesktop.org Desktop Notifications Specification provides a standard way for applications to display pop-up notifications. These are designed to make you aware of something, without interrupting your work with a window you must close.
Notify OSD presents these notifications as ephemeral overlays, which can be clicked through so they don’t block your work. It queues notifications, to prevent them from flooding your screen. And as well as handling standard notification updates, Notify OSD introduces the idea of appending — allowing notifications to grow over time, for example in the case of instant messages from a particular person.