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indicatore di luminosità (animazione con sole)

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Ciao a tutti :)

 

qualcuno è riuscito ad attivare l'animazione del controllo di luminosità (come quello audio ma con icona del sole) ? dico da un punto di vista estetico perché la funzione in se va alla grande.

 

perlomeno mi ricordo che qualcuno anni fa aveva postato la  cartella dove era situata tale animazione (png?gif?)

 

vostro Daveta

 

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sistema l'animazione da un punto di visga strettamente estetico? perché la regolazione funziona già bene :)

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forse però mi son spiegato male...

 

non quello nella menubar, quello on screen (hud?)

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il nuovo voodoops2 ma anche con l'originale stock funziona uguale, la regolazione dico.

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ok, ho seguito la guida, e il dmesg da:

 

ACPIBacklightPanel: Found Backlight Device: DD03

ACPIBacklightPanel: ACPI Method _DOS found. Device path: _SB.PCI0.GFX0

ACPIBacklightPanel: ACPI Methods _BCL _BCM _BQC found. Device path: _SB.PCI0.GFX0.DD03

ACPIBacklightPanel: Version 1.2

 

E nelle preferenze di sistema da il controllo luminosità. quando stacco la corrente abbassa la luminosità e quando l'attacco aumenta. 

 

MA niente indicatore in sovrimpressione!!! non riesco a capire!!!

 

 

 

 

Schermata 2014-03-05 alle 20.56.23.png

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L'indicatore lo puoi attivare soltanto con i tasti, ad esempio per ll mio notebook i tasti per la luminosità sono Fn+F6/F7 ma usando il kext voodoo per aumentare e diminuire la luminosità (con l'animazione che dici tu) devo usare Fn+Pausa(Aumentare)/NumLock(Diminuire), quindi prova altre combinazioni.

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bisognerebbe riassegnare le chiavi di funzione ai tasti...non mi sembra roba tanto semplice...o no?

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beh chiudo. son giunto alla conclusione insieme a rehabman che devo rimappare l'hardware a livello ACPI e non ne sono assolutamente in grado. Se Qualcuno lo fosse e fosse così gentile da farmi sapere, magari mandi un PM. gliene sarei realmente grato.

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