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       byobu-ulevel  - helper script for notification level indicators


       byobu-ulevel  is  a  helper  script  that  can  be used to create history graphs with UTF8


       byobu-ulevel  [options] -c <current_num>

       byobu-ulevel  [options] <current_num>

       byobu-ulevel  <current_num>


        -a           :  Accessibility  mode:  only  output  ASCII.   (Also  enabled  if  variable
       '$a11y_variable' set).
        -b           :  Display  current  value  as  space if zero, rather than lowest 'value' of
        -c <num>    : Current value of your indicator.
        -d          : Enable debug output.
        -e  <int>      :   Number   of   decimal   places   to   use   for   accessibility   mode
        -h          : Show this help.
        -i          : Invert colour scheme (rating themes only).
        -l           :  List  available  themes.  If  '-t'  also  specified,  show all values for
       specified theme.
        -m <num>    : Minimum value (default=$min_default).
        -n          : Supress output of newline character.
        -p          : Permissive mode - if current value out of bounds, set  it  to  the  nearest
       bound (min or max).
        -q          : Suppress messages (requires '-t').
        -r          : Reverse 'direction' of display (rating theme only).
        -t <theme>  : Name of theme (default=$theme_default).
        -u <chars>  : Specify a user theme (2 or more values).
        -w <int>    : Width of rating theme (default=$width_default).
        -x <num>    : Maximum value (default=$max_default).


       Display character representing 27% using default theme.
         byobu-ulevel 27

       As above.
         byobu-ulevel -c 27

       Example showing floating-point and negative values.
         byobu-ulevel -c 1.100001 -m -5.00234 -x 2.71828 -t dice_6

       Use accessibility mode to display a percentage value (rounded to nearest percentage)
         byobu-ulevel -m -22.613 -x 5.00212 -c 0.10203 -a -e 0

       Display value using a "rating theme" (displayed left-to-right).
         byobu-ulevel -c 83 -t stars_2

       Display right-to-left inverted "rating theme".
         byobu-ulevel -c 60 -t diamonds_2 -ri

       Display all glyphs in 'solid_numbers_a_10' theme.
         byobu-ulevel -l -t solid_numbers_a_10

       Display a user-specified rating theme 10 glyphs wide.
         byobu-ulevel -c 666.321 -m -273.15 -x 1370 -u "· ☢" -w 10

       A multi-element user theme (this prints 'e').
         byobu-ulevel -c 50 -u "a b c d e f g h i j"


       Arguments  of  type  "<int>"  denote  an  integer value, whereas arguments of type "<num>"
       denotes either an integer or a floating-point number.

       The final '_<number>' in a theme name denotes the number of glyphs in it.

       "Rating themes" are those with only 2 values.

       The <chars> argument to '-u' must contain space-delimited characters.




       This utility was written by James Hunt <>, and  this  manpage  was
       written  by  Dustin  Kirkland  <> for Ubuntu systems (but may be used by
       others).  Permission is granted to copy, distribute and/or modify this  document  and  the
       utility under the terms of the GNU General Public License, Version 3 published by the Free
       Software Foundation.

       The complete text of the GNU General Public License can  be  found  in  /usr/share/common-
       licenses/GPL on Debian/Ubuntu systems, or in /usr/share/doc/fedora-release-*/GPL on Fedora
       systems, or on the web at