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PowerManager

   0.1  

KDE System Tool

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Depends on  Qt 4.x
Downloads:  352
Submitted:  Aug 4 2008
Updated:  Aug 6 2008

Description:

[size=3]PowerManager is a system tray application for controlling some power features using Hal.
A lot of features aren't implemented, a config dialog maybe is the most important.
I like port this aplication to kdelibs, any help is welcome.

All icons are Guidance powermanager's icons.[/size]

(I apologize for my terrible English)




Changelog:

Fixed bug with 40% battery icon and a spelling mistake (thanks skulptor).




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 What for?

 
 by mrblur on: Aug 4 2008
 
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Err.. fine, but why another app, when kpowersave is good enought?


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 Re: What for?

 
 by signorRossi on: Aug 4 2008
 
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Maybe because there isn't any KPowersave for Kde 4?


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 Alternatives

 
 by f3lip3 on: Aug 4 2008
 
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Kpowersave is a good application, but every have some problems, for exmaple never can set brightness on my notebook. I use Guidance Power Manager and, for me, is more functional and simple. This application aims to be simple and functional as Guidance Power Manager.


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 Re: Alternatives

 
 by signorRossi on: Aug 5 2008
 
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Have you already seen PowerDewil?


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 Good start, keep going!

 
 by skulptor on: Aug 5 2008
 
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Thanks for creating a Qt 4 version of a power manager! KPowersave is one of the last applications that have not been ported to KDE 4 yet.

Btw, it is spelled "Dynamic", and the 40 percent icon is not used because of wrong icon name ("0040" vs. "040")

I am looking forward to your display brightness settings, it doesn't work with KPowersave, but works with echo command on my system.


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 KDE4 kpowesave

 
 by willy9 on: Aug 6 2008
 
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I have a KDE4.1 kpowersave in my Mandriva Cooker. It is plasmoïd that allows to choose CPU frequency policy, brightness... It doesn't yet cover all the functions from the KDE3.5 version, but it exists.


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 Bye bye

 
 by f3lip3 on: Aug 12 2008
 
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I decided to abort this project because kde4powersave plasmoid is all that i want. I prefer contribute to this project and add 1 or 2 features that is missing (in my opinion). If you want to prove: svn co svn://anonsvn.kde.org/home/kde/trunk/playground/utils/kde4powersave

Thanks for comments in my first application.


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