- You can select which LEDs should show the test results: Fan, Speaker or Panel back
- You can choose the brightness of the LEDs
- You can preview what the LEDs look like using the current preferences
I used Eclipse's standard BooleanFieldEditor and ScaleFieldEditor, and my own LEDColorFieldEditor to keep the implementation of the preference page as clean as possible.
There's no binary release yet, so currently you'll have to grab the code from trunk if you want to play with it.
PS: The download page shows that 33 people already downloaded the plug-in. This means that 33 people are doing Java development on a Dell XPS laptop and want the built-in LEDs to show JUnit results. I'm amazed.