completely forgot to share this..
It's a simple script that searches recursively in my conky folder for files named conkyrc* ..then presents the search result in a numbered menu where you can choose one of the files or press q to quit, like in the screenshot. If a file is chosen then the script copies it to ~/.conkyrc So if conky is running it's very easy to change between the ones in my conky folder. I also have a similar script for tint2rc's and one for .Xdefaults.
First edit the script so it points to your conky or tint2 folder. Then put the script in your script folder, make it executable (chmod +x SCRIPT, or right click the file -> permissions). Then call the script from a terminal with the command: sh /path/to/script.sh (or create an alias for it)
This script is also usefull anywhere you have more than one config to a file
Thanks to Hai for the guide wuhrr.wordpress.com/2009/09/10…