Just a few brief things I’ve learned about
notification-daemon while trying to make mine less annoying:
- It’s been five years and
notification-daemonis still effectively undocumented as far as I can tell (Aside from the odd example, the best you can do is work sideways from Ubuntu’s guide to the API it shares with NotifyOSD)
- You can change the theme via the
- You should be able to select which screen corner will play host to notifications via
notification-propertiesbut it’s apparently broken and current versions of
notification-daemonwill always force top-right corner.
- There’s no setting for controlling which monitor you’re using it on. It will pop up on the one your mouse happens to be occupying, even if that means covering your browser’s Close Tab button and annoying the hell out of you.