Big Sur - Inline Battery

Plasma 5 Monitoring big big-sur kde latte-dock macos

Source (link to git-repo or to original if based on someone elses unmodified work): https://github.com/Fausto-Korpsvart/mcOS-BS-Inline-Battery

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Description:

mcOS BS Inline Battery

This is a fork of Kelvin Zhang's original Mac OSX Inline Battery.

Subtle changes that makes a big difference. I have made small modifications to make the battery icon look like the new macOS Big Sur, with its corners a little more rounded than the classic version of macOS. I hope you like it and enjoy this new look at the battery icon on your top panel.

Install
To install, first right click on the KDE desktop, when the menu appears, choose the "Add Widgets" option, then the Widgets sidebar appears and at the bottom click "Get New Widget" and then "Download New Plasma Widget ", a window will open and just search for the widget and then click "Install ".

Another way to install is to use the terminal
First download the ".tar.gz" file, then extract the compressed file and open a terminal to run the command, for example:
kpackagetool5 -t Plasma/Applet --install org.kde.plasma.bigSur-inlineBattery

Development
To update the package from the terminal is a similar process, download the file, then unzip, open the terminal and run the command:
kpackagetool5 -t Plasma/Applet --upgrade org.kde.plasma.bigSur-inlineBattery

Uninstall
If you want to uninstall the package run the command:
kpackagetool5 -t Plasma/Applet --remove org.kde.plasma.bigSur-inlineBattery
Last changelog:

UPDATE!! 10 days ago

--- Fixes and improvements to the icon to make it look more like the battery icon of macOS Big Sur

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macdo

8 days ago

10 Thanks for the fast reply!! Im trying to learn QML too...but it seems you are way ahead of what I know...
Best regards

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macdo

9 days ago

Hi, first of all, thanks for the contribution, is great!!
Is there a way to have dynamic icon that shows when is charging or plugged in as in mac os?
Thanks in advance and continue with the great work!!

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fkorpsvart

9 days ago

Greetings, @macdo.

Since this is a fork, I also asked myself the same thing, currently the icon only measures the load capacity in percentages, I am still reviewing the code to know how to do what you ask, since I still handle the QML language in a basic way, so, don't hesitate that when I find a way to do that I'll update as soon as possible

Remember that if you like you can vote to support.
Thanks for your comment and your support. };-]

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baltolkien

25 days ago

9 9 excellent

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fkorpsvart

23 days ago

Thank you, @baltolkien };-]

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zayronXIO

29 days ago

10 10 los mejores

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fkorpsvart

29 days ago

Thanks, @zayronXIO };-]

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ptalfred

29 days ago

10 10 Great work! Is there another way to install it?
Keep it up!

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fkorpsvart

29 days ago

Thank you very much for your support, @ptalfred };-]

Sure, first you go to the desktop and right-click anywhere, when the menu appears, choose the "Add Widgets" option, then the Widgets sidebar appears and at the bottom click "Get New Widget" and then " Download New Plasma Widget ", a window will open and just search for the widget and then click install.

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ptalfred

29 days ago

Thanks for the quick response!
Don't get me wrong, I just asked because sometimes is a little tricky for newcomers (even with a tutorial video). I think it's a little less tricky using the interface.
Again, keep it up!

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fkorpsvart

29 days ago

You're right, after reading your comment I've updated the description to make the installation method more understandable.

Thanks a lot, @Ptalfred };-)

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shakir85

29 days ago

10 10 the best

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fkorpsvart

29 days ago

Thank you, @shakir85 };-]

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safak

29 days ago

latte sidebar it doesn't work for me

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fkorpsvart

29 days ago

You need to install the Git version of Latte Dock, friend, it is the version that brings the functionality of Sidebar and floating Dock.
You can find it here: https://github.com/KDE/latte-dock
The installation instructions are in the file "INSTALLATION.md"

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amishparadis

30 days ago

What plasma theme and window decorations did you use in the screenshots?

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fkorpsvart

29 days ago

You need to install the Git version of Latte Dock, friend, it is the version that brings the functionality of Sidebar and floating Dock.
You can find it here: https://github.com/KDE/latte-dock
The installation instructions are in the file "INSTALLATION.md"

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fkorpsvart

29 days ago

The plasma theme is "WhiteSur Dark Mode" and the window decoration is a modification I made to the "Aurorae" theme of the same theme WhiteSur

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UPDATE!! 10 days ago

--- Fixes and improvements to the icon to make it look more like the battery icon of macOS Big Sur

UPDATE!! 29 days ago

-- Fixes and improvements to make it look great.

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product-maker macdo Aug 04 2020 10 the best
Thanks for the fast reply!! Im trying to learn QML too...but it seems you are way ahead of what I know... Best regards
product-maker baltolkien Jul 18 2020 9 excellent
9 excellent
product-maker zayronXIO Jul 14 2020 10 the best
10 los mejores
product-maker ptalfred Jul 14 2020 10 the best
10 Great work! Is there another way to install it? Keep it up!
product-maker shakir85 Jul 14 2020 10 the best
10 the best
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