Easy Sticky Note Widgets
Stickynotes for your desktop easily from the command line! Built using PySimpleGUI
How does it work?
Pystickynote creates a small QT window for you to jot your ideas down and then display them later on all with a command line tool. On top of that, the note itself is fully customizable allowing you to change colors, alpha, and borders.
pip3 install pystickynote
<pystickynote/pysn> create <name_of_note> # Displays stickynote window <pystickynote/pysn> open <name_of_note> # Displays old stickynote <pystickynote/pysn> delete <name_of_note> # Deletes stickynote <pystickynote/pysn> list # Displays all notes
- Added box_height and box_width values to config
Added new entry point:
Added delete function thanks to @synackray
Fixed error with mouse_offset (possibly still buggy)
New local version of PySimpleGUIQt for that ^
Config files and notes can be found in
~/.config/pystickynote/. Inside this folder you will find
You can also find the default config and notes file in this repository.
The config file looks something like this:
[DEFAULT] background_color = #454545 text_color = #fafafa alpha = 0.8 border_width = 0 font_size = 10 title_size = 8
background_color = the background hex color for the note
text_color = the text color for the note
alpha = the note window's alpha
border_width = border around input box and buttons
font_size = font size for text
title_size = font size for title
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