#1 Allow xfce4-power-manager to manage the lid switch on laptops by default
Merged 2 months ago by nonamedotc. Opened 2 months ago by maxamillion.
rpms/ maxamillion/xfce4-power-manager logind_handle_lid_switch_false  into  master

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@@ -6,5 +6,6 @@ 

      <property name="sleep-button-action" type="uint" value="3"/>

      <property name="hibernate-button-action" type="uint" value="3"/>

      <property name="show-tray-icon" type="bool" value="true"/>

+     <property name="logind-handle-lid-switch" type="bool" value="false"/>



Something I found very surprising was that by default xfce4-power-manager defaults to deferring to logind for the lid switch, this is also apparently a common surprise to users of various Xfce focused distros around the internet (as seen from various "xfce4-power-manager not working" posts found in a web search). I propose it's a reasonable default for xfce4-power-manager to take precedence over logind since it's a desktop and desktop users shouldn't be expected to alter logind configurations.

Signed-off-by: Adam Miller admiller@redhat.com

This is likely leftover from before it had this functionality. :) +1 here...

Pull-Request has been merged by nonamedotc

2 months ago