GNOME Bluetooth control remoto 0.86 reviewDownload
GNOME Bluetooth control remoto (AKA GBTcr) It is meant to be a fast and functional remote control for GNOME Desktop working between a
GNOME Bluetooth control remoto (AKA GBTcr) It is meant to be a fast and functional remote control for GNOME Desktop working between a Sony Ericsson's phone mobile (maybe others) and computer box using Bluetooth comunication protocol.
Here are some key features of "GNOME Bluetooth control remoto":
Realtime control by plugins for:
Music player. (beep-media-player, xmms)
Video player. (mplayer, totem, xine)
Slideshow software. (ooimpress, magic point)
Image Viewer. (gthumb, gqview)
Mouse and Keyboard events.
Nice and HIGgy GNOME gui GTK+ based.
Notification Area Support (Tray Icon)
What's New in This Release:
Icons for signal strength, batery status and phone model.
Add Discovery routines for search remote Bluetooth devices (libbtctl).
Command line options for launch (--verbose, --debug).
Add Notification Area Suppot (tray icon) with descriptive image of actions.
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