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kpowersave is one of th emost useful applications in kde. But sadly I have
to report of a bug:
When kpowersave is activated and switching to suspend-to-ram, two things
1. Suspending at battery-mode: At wakeup the screen is locked and the
screen-saver is started.
2. After unlocking the screensaver, the screensaver (with its settings) from
It would be nice, of you could take a look at that. As I said, IMO kpowersave is
very, very useful!
May I ask for a wish?
I suggest to implement a new feature:
In the settings of "battery" (the one, where you can define the percent
related actions of the battery), I suggest to add an option, to add selfmade
profiles, too. I, for example, made an own profile called "0-level", where I
shut down all high processes (cpu down, lights off, screen off and so on),
but this cannot be choosen in that menu. Maybe you might like to add this
feature in one of the next versions? Would be nice!
All in all, thank you very much for this nice application and your work!
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