Adding a network manager plugin. #102

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RodionD opened this Issue Dec 21, 2011 · 7 comments

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@RodionD

Adding a network manager based on libnm-qt (NetworkManager) and libmm-qt (ModemManager).
https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdereview/libnm-qt
https://projects.kde.org/projects/kdereview/libmm-qt

@jleclanche
Razor-qt member

This was done.

@jleclanche jleclanche closed this Apr 6, 2012
@amoskvin amoskvin reopened this Apr 6, 2012
@amoskvin
Razor-qt member

... I don't think so.

@jleclanche
Razor-qt member

Tentatively marking this 0.7.0. Wifi support is a bit of a top request...

@fdservices

Network Manager works with the nm-applet (Gnome) plugin. Just that the icon is not displayed correctly.

@GreenLunar

Do not make this a plugin, instead make this a razor-qt independent software that appears in systray. Also, the volume plugin icon should be ported into a systray application.

@kuzmas
Razor-qt member

The advantage of plugin over a systray app - is that you can easily reorder them and the order is persistent after relogin/reboot.

@GreenLunar

Then you can make a systray NetworkManager with a plugin for it. Xfce4 has done the same with its clipboard manager, Clipman, which is available for both systray and xfce4-panel.

@jleclanche jleclanche closed this May 15, 2014
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