Description of problem:
Gnome-power-manager applet sometimes doesn't notice when I unplug the A/C supply
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Wait for full battery charging
2.Unplug the A/C Power Supply
Gnome-power-manager applet doesn't notice that i've unplugged a/c power supply and remains like it's still plugged
Gnome-power-manager applet notices that i've unplugged power supply and starts informing me about battery duration
Same problem here on my Dell Laptop. Same version of gnome-power-manager.
I believe this was working fine until an update broke it.
Only one thing to add:
If I unplug the power, it doesn't detect the 'battery discharging' condition. If I plug the power back in, it suddenly says gives me the 'battery discharging' popup, before realising the power is back on again a few seconds later and changing to 'charging' mode.
Created attachment 366963 [details]
not detecting power changes.
I'm seeing the same issue on my Dell Latitude D630. It doesn't seem to always detect the power state changes or takes ages to do so. Whether that be add/remove power or add/remove batteries (I have two). It also seems to occasionally not detect any status as the attached screen shot shows.
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