Gnome 3 battery icon not updating

after upgrade to cinnamon 2.2.3 power applet disappear.

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h=gnome-3-12&id=22c8be66453555338c85683d93f4661239b10c4c and https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/? h=gnome-3-12&id=0b8c0c202e2aaa89d5adc7427c5e4e1e37f61371 which will require some effort to port to cinnamon power applet https://github.com/linuxmint/Cinnamon/blob/master/files/usr/share/cinnamon/applets/[email protected]/@robin92 Try these gnome-shell power applet commits https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/?

h=gnome-3-12&id=22c8be66453555338c85683d93f4661239b10c4c and https://git.gnome.org/browse/gnome-shell/commit/? h=gnome-3-12&id=0b8c0c202e2aaa89d5adc7427c5e4e1e37f61371 which will require some effort to port to cinnamon power applet https://github.com/linuxmint/Cinnamon/blob/master/files/usr/share/cinnamon/applets/[email protected]/@ffix The Cinnamon team's policy is to focus on supported versions of Linux Mint, and while they welcome other distros to make use of Cinnamon, they will not make a change that will break Cinnamon for supported versions of Linux Mint, just so that it can work on other distros, which use different package versions.

They just don't have time to test and fix Cinnamon on every distro, and still implement all of the cool features and bugfixes.

It is therefore up to the package maintainers of a given distro to make sure that Cinnamon works correctly with the package versions they use, and patch it if it doesn't.

@ffix The Cinnamon team's policy is to focus on supported versions of Linux Mint, and while they welcome other distros to make use of Cinnamon, they will not make a change that will break Cinnamon for supported versions of Linux Mint, just so that it can work on other distros, which use different package versions.

@leigh123linux I'm working on resolving the issue (by implementing my own applet based on the stock one) and managed to display an icon but since it's my first time developing for Cinnamon I have some serious issues, for instance, when accessing object returned by @leigh123linux I'm working on resolving the issue (by implementing my own applet based on the stock one) and managed to display an icon but since it's my first time developing for Cinnamon I have some serious issues, for instance, when accessing object returned by . I would be honoured if you decided to merge my code to upstream when you will be ready. EDIT: Should I send a pull request so that you can merge this applet (not overriding current - as a new one)? I would be honoured if you decided to merge my code to upstream when you will be ready. EDIT: Should I send a pull request so that you can merge this applet (not overriding current - as a new one)?I think this will be good for entire project - Arch users will be pleased and when Ubuntu users are ready for new upower they will already have a working applet. I think this will be good for entire project - Arch users will be pleased and when Ubuntu users are ready for new upower they will already have a working applet. It should more or less be the same what's in the applet. Currently I'm overwhelmed with finishing (or starting...) all the projects for my classes so no progress has been made on updating the applet as we had discussed. It should more or less be the same what's in the applet. Currently I'm overwhelmed with finishing (or starting...) all the projects for my classes so no progress has been made on updating the applet as we had discussed.Essentially, we want to keep the applet as readable and easy to maintain, so if we want to rework the UI, and we won't have to worry about the actual implementation unless we absolutely have to - we just call these general methods to do the back end work for us. Essentially, we want to keep the applet as readable and easy to maintain, so if we want to rework the UI, and we won't have to worry about the actual implementation unless we absolutely have to - we just call these general methods to do the back end work for us. Previously the widget showed both my batteries with their charge when I opened the dropdown. Previously the widget showed both my batteries with their charge when I opened the dropdown. If you don't want to, let me know, we can take care of it, but you are more familiar with the applet (at least this week! If you don't want to, let me know, we can take care of it, but you are more familiar with the applet (at least this week! Now it just shows the time remaining and the percentage. Now it just shows the time remaining and the percentage. Today I released fwupd version 1.0.0, a version number most Open Source projects seldom reach.Unusually it bumps the soname so any applications that link against libfwupd will need to be rebuilt.

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