Thanks for creating this nice tool!
Would you be interested to implement some way to filter which notifications to show and which to skip?
I'm thinking about both filters on devices and filters on specific events.
For example, I personally am only interested in "Power level low / critical" events, but I can imagine other people will have different needs.
-- Maxim Baz
What events are you getting that are "too much"? At least for me, the events I get seem pretty minimal.
Personally, I'm only interested in "Power level low / critical", all other events such as "Power supply online / offline", "Battery charging / discharging - current level XX" have no value for me and only distract me.
I'd be interested in this feature for the exact same use case as mentioned in the previous comment.
i have the same problem: my framework laptop charges to 100% then poweralertd notifies me it's discharging... then charging... then discharging...
I would paste the output of the program, but I just realized it doesn't have any, which is kind of a shame. It would be nice if it would copy to stderr what it shows in the notification area for debugging / history tracking...
it looks like https://lists.sr.ht/~kennylevinsen/poweralertd-devel/patches/43895 tries to address this, at least...