After charging the battery, the battery module displays 0%. Attached a screenshot of what this looks like.
Starting a new yambar instance displays 100% full.
Hmm, tricky one. I definitely am not seeing that on my two laptops. Can you do a
ls -l in
/proc/<main-pid-of-yambar>/fd/ when yambar is in that state?
I assume you have colors enabled in ls? Can you take a screenshot, to preserve them?
sigh... all looks normal. All expected files are there and appears to be valid. I guess one thing we can try is to close and re-open all battery related files every time we poll.
I'm in the middle of something else right now, that is likely to take some time to finish (dnkl/foot#263). But once I'm done with that, this should be a fairly quick thing to test.
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