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12-21-2008

Germany

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Powermanager - custom power-shemes not shown

2009-02-14, 11:52 AM

Hi,

 

is it normal that my own power-shemes do not show in the contextmenu of the Power Manager tray-icon?

 

Thank,

Patrick

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06-26-2008

Warszawa, Poland

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Re: Powermanager - custom power-shemes not shown

2009-02-15, 10:50 AM

No, Power Manger should display your personal power schemes. I've noticed my schemes disappear when I accidentally used windows power manager - I guess the Thinkvantage one and the windows one do not like each other. Anyway it took me a few hours and I only managed to display the standard themes correctly so I would advise against trying to solve this problem on your own. (reinstalling Power Manger didn't help and finally a clean OS install worked) Oh, I can see my personal power scheme in context menu in Vista, though I though it worked the same in XP.

 

Yet there is a new scheme that actually fits me needs - Energy Star sets the display brightness to about 40% and energy usage to minimum while on battery so you get the most time while display is readable. That was the only one I was missing from the default scheme set.

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02-15-2009

Jablonec nad Nisou, Czech republic

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Re: Powermanager - custom power-shemes not shown

2009-02-15, 18:09 PM
Agreed. Energy star should be called "the only one really useful scheme" :) It's lightning fast on AC and not too slow for work in battery mode.
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