knetworkmanager not ready for prime time yet.
chris.rouch at gmail.com
Mon Jul 19 11:58:42 UTC 2010
On 17 July 2010 21:59, Petrus de Calguarium <kwhiskerz at gmail.com> wrote:
> Chris Rouch wrote:
>> * it's not possible to set networking to connect automatically and be
>> available for everyone
>> * the wireless icon does not show the signal strength. at least not
>> without a magnifying glass
> Yes, it is possible to set networking to connect automatically at login, but
> you will be prompted to open kwallet for it to supply the passphrase for the
> wireless. I am not sure about the "be available for everyone" part. Also, I am
> using fedora 13.
> Yes, the icon does show signal strength. The size of your icon is dependent
> upon the width of your task bar.
My icon sits in the system tray, so is a constant 30x30 or so pixels.
Maybe that's configurable, but the other system tray icons look good,
so I've not tried. At that size my eyesight is not good enough to see
any signal strength in the knetworkmanager icon.
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