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GNOME Bluetooth control remoto

GNOME Bluetooth control remoto (GBTcr) is meant to be a fast and functional remote control for the GNOME desktop. It lets you control a computer with a mobile phone using the Bluetooth comunication protocol. It uses plugins to provide real-time control of a music player, a video player, slideshow software, an image viewer, or mouse and keyboard events. It has a HIG-compliant GNOME GUI, and notification area support (tray icon).

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  •  08 Jul 2005 18:58

    Release Notes: Icons for signal strength, battery status, and phone model. More HIG-compliant and faster. Discovery routines for searching remote bluetooth devices (libbtctl). Command line options for launch (--verbose and --debug). Notification Area Support (tray icon) with a descriptive image of actions.

    •  15 Jun 2005 07:55

      No changes have been submitted for this release.


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