guidance-powermanager's "switching to bat. mode" popup - is it useful?

Nicola Larosa nico at tekNico.net
Thu May 17 10:44:02 BST 2007


Luka Renko wrote:
> Yes, this is true for people with laptops that provide brigthness control 
> through SW. Most (all?) HP laptops (probably some other too) do not provide 
> this - brightness is controled with autosensor or HW keys only, therefore the 
> brightness feature of guidance-power-manager is disabled and is not changed 
> on power plugged/unplugged event.

This HP DV5008EA changes the brightness level when (un)plugging the mains
power.


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