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       dunstctl - Command line control utility for dunst, a customizable and lightweight


       dunstctl COMMAND [PARAMETER]


       action notification_position
           Performs the default action or, if not available, opens the context menu of the
           notification at the given position (starting count at the top, first notification
           being 0).

           Close the topmost notification currently being displayed.

           Close all notifications currently being displayed

           Open the context menu, presenting all available actions and urls for the currently
           open notifications.

       count [displayed/history/waiting]
           Returns the number of displayed, shown and waiting notifications. If no argument is
           provided, everything will be printed.

       history-pop [ID]
           Redisplay the notification that was most recently closed. This can be called multiple
           times to show older notifications, up to the history limit configured in dunst. You
           can optionally pass an ID to history-pop, in which case the notification with the
           given ID will be shown.

           Check if dunst is currently running or paused. If dunst is paused notifications will
           be kept but not shown until it is unpaused.

       set-paused true/false/toggle
           Set the paused status of dunst. If false, dunst is running normally, if true, dunst is
           paused. See the is-paused command and the dunst man page for more information.

           Tries to contact dunst and checks for common faults between dunstctl and dunst.
           Useful if something isn't working

           Show all available commands with a brief description