From Emeraldion Lodge:
MiniBatteryStatus widget monitors battery status and charge percentage. It displays colorful information to quickly notice your battery conditions.
The widget assumes different colors depending on the remaining charge of the battery. It is also aware of battery charging and plugged status. User can choose if the widget should display percentage, remaining time, capacity (current/maximum) and cycle count or just the charge gauge.
MiniBatteryStatus tells you when it's time to recharge your battery, when you're done charging and when the power source has changed with Growl notifications.
What's new in this version: Fixes crashes in OS X 10.6 Snow Leopard.
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