Here you will find links to some other projects that may not fit into any of the above categories.

Workspace management

hyprsome by sopa0: Awesome-like workspaces for Hyprland.

Keyboard layout management

hyprland-per-window-layout by MahouShoujoMivutilde and coffebar: Per window keyboard layouts for Hyprland.

IPC wrappers

hyprland-rs by yavko: A neat wrapper for Hyprland’s IPC written in Rust.

Screen shaders/color temperature

hyprshade by loqusion: Utility for swapping and scheduling screen shaders; also functions as an automatic color temperature shifter.

Wireless settings

  • iwgtk by Jesse Lentz: WiFi settings frontend for iwd in GTK
  • blueberry by Linux Mint: Bluetooth settings frontend in GTK
  • Overskride by kaii-lb: A simple yet powerful bluetooth client in GTK4
  • nm-applet by GNOME: Applet for interfacing with NetworkManager in GTK

Automatically Mounting Using udiskie

Starting method: manual (’exec-once')

USB mass storage devices, like thumb drives, mobile phones, digital cameras, etc. do not mount automatically to the file system.

Typically, we have to manually mount them, often using root and umount to do so.

Many popular DEs automatically handle this by using udisks2 wrappers.

udiskie is a udisks2 front-end that allows to manage removable media such as CDs or flash drives from userspace.

Install udiskie via your repositories, or build manually

Head over to your ~/.config/hypr/hyprland.conf and add the following lines:

exec-once = udiskie &

This launches udiskie and the & argument launches it in the background.

See more uses here.