Le samedi 26 mai 2012 18:51:23 dE . a écrit :
> I just noticed this recently, and this's a complete turn off! There
> should've been profiles!!
There still are sort of profiles, only that now they're linked to
activities. Meaning depending on your current activity, you can have
different suspend timeout values. As for cpufreq and other configuration, as
mentioned previously, laptop-mode-tools does it pretty well, I suggest you
configure it there. IMHO this is the "correct" solution : advanced users who
know what cpufreq is have one place to configure it, those who don't should
probably not touch those settings and use the distro-provided defaults.
As for the presentation mode, now the app presenting should inhibit it itself
(I think okular does). And this is exactly what the "enable powermanagement"
checkbox does : disable powermanagement features.
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