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Question: Does the 'governor' select in Govnah (IE: Screenstate for example) keep governing the CPU even after 'Govnah' is closed? --irwinr Answer: Yes. It sets the settings, and the settings are used until the phone is rebooted or you reopen govnah to change them. --oil 23:11, 4 May 2010 (UTC)
- I would like to suggest fixing the min/max for graphs at specific values rather than auto scaling.
- I would like to suggest adding horizontal rules and labels for graphs to give them more meaning.
--Dolio 06:50, 19 May 2010 (UTC)
Per discussion at I would like to suggest that each of the Governors, when chosen, enforce a set of the best default settings for that Governor. As opposed to the way the it currently appears to behave by inheriting settings from those set previously or those found in /proc. --Dolio 06:54, 19 May 2010 (UTC)
- Suggestion: the icon for the app should always show temp or the gov speed. Even once the app is closed it would be nice to see the numbers running. It is easier to tell that the app is working. Not to mention it would look better too. The icon already has that funcionality since it overlays the temp while the ap is open. *** 08/13/10