Regolith relies on the Xresource system to provide a consolidated interface configuration. By changing Xresource values, Regolith can be customized in ways such as updating the user interface, specifying custom behaviors, or defining a specific format for the clock.
Determining what values can be changed
xrdb tool can be used to list the existing Xresource values. See here for a table of existing values in the R1.3.1 release.
Example - Update the UI for High DPI Screens
- Create or add the following value to your
- Reload the Xresource configuration:
$ regolith-look refresh
- Open a new terminal to see the change take effect.
192 is just an example value, please adjust as needed.
Regolith generates many of these values from a canonical set of definitions. See this readme for more details. If you find yourself updating many values, it may be more concise to create your own look instead.
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