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cpufreq: option to show several cores and processors in one applet instance #50

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Yasen6275 opened this Issue Jun 23, 2013 · 3 comments

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Yasen6275 commented Jun 23, 2013

Is it possible to add "All processors" option in cpufreq applet. In laptop with i3 processor I have to have 4 instances of the applet and click 8 times to change governor or frequency.

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Confirmed.

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flexiondotorg commented Oct 31, 2013

Confirmed.

@infirit infirit changed the title from function for "multy procesor" systems to cpufreq: function for "multy procesor" systems Jan 6, 2015

@monsta monsta changed the title from cpufreq: function for "multy procesor" systems to cpufreq: option to show several cores and processors in one applet instance Jun 9, 2015

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+1 to this, would be nice to have that option.

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monsta commented Jun 9, 2015

+1 to this, would be nice to have that option.

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ulgrimar Oct 11, 2017

+1 and +2 :-D

+1 and +2 :-D

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