I was wondering if there is a way to disable and re-enable a KWin script from the command line, so I can put that into a shell script. The particular script is krohnkite and I installed it through the GUI (Window Management > KWin Scripts > Get New Scripts).
I played around with qdbus (never heard of it or used it before) but didn’t manage to find a way to disable/enable a KWin Script that way (I’m sure there is one).
What I found was this post. It seems very convoluted plus it allows to run a certain script (while I am interested in disabling / enabling a script).
I am using the awesome Krohnkite KWin script for dynamic window tiling support in KWin. Since I don’t care as much about “bloat” and such, This script allows me to have the best of both worlds (tiling and a full DE). But the tiling stops working properly sometimes and what I found helped was disabling and re-enabling the script (through the KWin Scripts GUI). Now it would be nice to write a script (and maybe even bind that to a shortcut) that disables the script and re-enables it.