GNOME Power Manager 2.19.3
Posted on: 06/14/2007 04:09 PM

GNOME Power Manager is a session daemon that makes it easy to manage the power on your laptop or desktop system.

This _unstable_ release contains lots of crazy new code since 2.19.2 was released. WARNING, this code may impregnate your cat called Dave and steal all of the magazines from the bathroom.

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Version 2.19.3
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- Fixed #428401, Clicking the brightness applet dims the screen (Benjamin Canou)
- Fixed #438838, crash when g-p-m can't connect with assertion enabled (Richard Hughes)
- Fixed #440409, Failed to build when using SUN C compiler (Richard Hughes)
- Fixed #445173, Strings in server.in files are not marked for translation (Gabor Kelemen)
- Don't try to do the policy action when the average accuracy is low. (Richard Hughes)
- Make the brightness dim code "learn" to take longer to dim if you keep
undimming the screen shortly after auto-dimming it. (Richard Hughes)
- Change default of /apps/gnome-power-manager/general/network_sleep to
false, as we now do the system action in pm-utils. (Richard Hughes)
- Add initial code to use a webcam as a brightness sensor. (Richard Hughes)
- Rework the brightness interactions, and rename a large part of the
gconf schemas. (Richard Hughes)

Translations:
- Updated pt: Duarte Loreto
- Updated sv: Daniel Nylander
- Updated hu: Gabor Kelemen
- Updated en_GB: David Lodge
- Updated dz: Pema Geyleg
- Updated pl: Artur Flinta
- Updated th: Theppitak Karoonboonyanan
- Updated cs: Jakub Friedl
- Updated id: Mohammad DAMT
- Updated es: Jorge Gonzalez


Printed from Linux Compatible (http://www.linuxcompatible.org/news/story/gnome_power_manager_2193.html)