Title says it really, I really want to have both the sleep and hibernate option added to this part of my setup, but how? I use the Application Dashboard for when I click the meta button.

Am on NixOS if that has anything to say in the matter.

  • MentalEdge
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    152 months ago

    Figured it out.

    Open the Power / Session tab:

    Then right click an option, and add/remove as favorite:

    • Mr. ForagerOP
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      72 months ago

      Ahh shoot can’t believe I didn’t try this… Thanks a million!! 🌻

  • @McMonkyNSFW
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    62 months ago

    I’m not familiar with whatever technology this is, but I too would like the option to sleep or hibernate.

  • mox
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    2 months ago

    Is that the launcher called Application Dashboard? I don’t see a way to do what you’re asking with that one.

    The default one in Plasma 5.27 (Application Launcher) makes the leave buttons somewhat configurable. It might be worth a try.

    • Mr. ForagerOP
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      42 months ago

      Yeah am using Application Dashboard, really like the fullscreen menu, but looks like I might have to do some scripting to add the buttons there myself.

  • @[email protected]
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    32 months ago

    Not sure about how to actually add them to the bottom button list, but this explains how to do the things you want in a slightly different way…

  • MentalEdge
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    2 months ago

    I also use the dashboard.

    Alternative: set up keyboard shortcuts for sleep and hibernate.

    Personally I configured the power button to sleep instead of shut down, so I just hit that when I’m done at my desktop.

    • Mr. ForagerOP
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      12 months ago

      Thanks, I might do thid in addition to the posted solution in comments 😊

  • Toes♀
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    32 months ago

    I’m not too familiar with adjusting that menu.

    But assuming it’s not a simple process you could add a script to your favourites there that does what you need.

    • Mr. ForagerOP
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      22 months ago

      Ye thought so, I’ll ask around on KDE forum too to see if I get better luck there before I start scrambling around with scripts. Thanks though 🌻

  • Lantern
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    22 months ago

    I don’t use Application Dashboard, but on Plasma Drawer if you right click these options, a context menu pops up and allows you to choose what options are presented.