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PowerPrefs

PowerPrefs is a configuration client for PBButtonsd, the hardware daemon for Apple Powerbooks, that allows the user to change certain options of PBButtonsd during runtime. This includes temporarily disabling sleep mode while compiling a big project, changing trackpad or keyboard mode, and more.

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  •  22 Feb 2007 22:20

    Release Notes: This release has support for the new automatic ambient light controller model in pbbuttonsd, and any other new features of pbbuttonsd 0.8.0. To make this instantly visible, the version numbers of both programs have been aligned. A lot of ancient restrictions were eliminated, and all GUI elements were adapted to pbbuttonsd's modern and flexible driver system.

    •  01 Oct 2006 19:34

      Release Notes: This release takes the client API changes of pbbuttonsd 0.7.9 into account. Some minor bugfixes and some GUI polishing complete the changes list.

      •  09 Jul 2005 13:28

        Release Notes: This release polishes the interface, updates the language files, and especially improves the German language file. A tooltip option has been added to "NoTapTyping" that gives a recommendation to solve the conflict between mouseemu and pbbuttonsd if both programs were used.

        •  25 Mar 2005 13:22

          Release Notes: This release is adapted to handle all the new options of PBButtonsd 0.6.8, including ALSA and OSS mixer configuration and the new "NoTapTyping" option, which disables the trackpad's mouse click emulation while typing on a keyboard.

          •  10 Sep 2004 10:23

            Release Notes: This release now supports the new restructured power management configuration and all other new options of the server. All power management modes cn be adjusted with a comfortable GUI.

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