In lieu of a file listing configuration settings, the image viewer
feh does something
I’ve never seen anywhere else. The config file lists “themes”, which are named sets of arguments.
You can list as many themes as you like, giving each a unique name.
# ~/.config/feh/themes fehp --keep-zoom-vp --force-aliasing --draw-filename --draw-tinted
I only have one theme named “fehp” (the p stands for “pixelated”).
To use the theme, make a symlink to the
feh executable, and name the symlink after the theme:
$ ln -s $(which feh) ~/bin/fehp
Now I can run
fehp and it will be equivalent to running:
$ feh --keep-zoom-vp --force-aliasing --draw-filename --draw-tinted