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  • aha (https://github.com/theZiz/aha) is a program to convert ANSI escape sequence of a unix terminal to HTML code. wkhtmltoimage is a program to convert html file to image file. This one-liner will convert text file to image file, and set the image file as wallpaper by feh without temporary file.


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    cat foo.txt | aha --black --line-fix | wkhtmltoimage -q --minimum-font-size 18 - - | feh --bg-max -
    mk19 · 2017-02-05 07:07:41 0

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