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    Talking user switching in KDE finally working with plasmoid-fastuserswitch

    For years, I think since 11.1, switching users have been painfully slow.
    I've believed it to be a nvidia bug with my geforce240 card.

    But it is solved with this little plasmoid gem:
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...home%3Azpintar

    I'm not sure other users have experienced this, but it has been a pain for years
    Now we finally can keep all our user logged in.

    Thanks Zarko Pintar

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    Default Re: user switching in KDE finally working with plasmoid-fastuserswitch

    Quote Originally Posted by mortenb123 View Post
    For years, I think since 11.1, switching users have been painfully slow.
    I've believed it to be a nvidia bug with my geforce240 card.

    But it is solved with this little plasmoid gem:
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...home%3Azpintar

    I'm not sure other users have experienced this, but it has been a pain for years
    Now we finally can keep all our user logged in.

    Thanks Zarko Pintar
    sheez, there should be a way to get this to the masses. Can we change the title to fast user switch login, instead of the onewordthing that will never get searched for.
    Nice discovery, by the way
    Kernel: 4.12.14-lp150.12.7-default x86_64 bits:
    64 Desktop: Gnome 3.26.2
    Distro: openSUSE Leap 15.0

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    Default Re: user switching in KDE finally working with plasmoid-fastuserswitch

    Quote Originally Posted by mortenb123 View Post
    For years, I think since 11.1, switching users have been painfully slow.
    I've believed it to be a nvidia bug with my geforce240 card.

    But it is solved with this little plasmoid gem:
    https://build.opensuse.org/package/s...home%3Azpintar

    I'm not sure other users have experienced this, but it has been a pain for years
    Now we finally can keep all our user logged in.

    Thanks Zarko Pintar
    I'm sorry it is now back again after 20 days in heaven. today it was back again. I've tried rebooting and updating.
    I need to dig more into this, try and reinstall the app and see if it works again.

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    MortenB

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