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After resume, gnome-power-manager will suppress policy actions for a number of seconds to allow messages to settle. Commonly five seconds is enough while not being so long that the user gets confused.
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Option when to show the notification icon. Valid options are "never", "critical", "charge", "present" and "always"
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The action to take when the battery is critically low. Valid values are "hibernate", "suspend", "shutdown" and "nothing"
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Located in ../data/gnome-power-manager.schemas.in.h:29
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The action to take when the laptop lid is closed and the laptop is on AC power. Valid values are "suspend", "hibernate" and "blank".
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The action to take when the laptop lid is closed and the laptop is on battery power. Valid values are "suspend", "hibernate" and "blank".
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The action to take when the system hibernate button is pressed. Valid values are "suspend", "hibernate", "interactive", "shutdown" and "nothing".
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Whether or not a notification message is displayed if the HAL action (suspend or hibernate) fails
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Whether or not a notification message is displayed when the battery is fully charged
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Whether or not gnome-power-preferences suppresses its warning whenever you turn on suspend capability.
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Whether or not the user is notified when the AC adapter is removed
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