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Thread: screen lock kde4

  1. #1
    toutpt NNTP User

    Default screen lock kde4


    Hi there!

    I m using kde4 on opensuse11.1, but this apply also on kde4 with
    opensuse11.0.

    Use case: press ctrl+l to lock your screen then push escape to don't
    have the password popup. start to input your password the first letter
    is not taken.

    A bit boring. on gnome this is working, you can start to input your
    password even if the password popup isn't there. Can anyone is able to
    improve this UI pb or have a work around for this ?


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  2. #2
    ram88 NNTP User

    Default Re: screen lock kde4


    toutpt;1905371 Wrote:
    > Hi there!
    >
    > I m using kde4 on opensuse11.1, but this apply also on kde4 with
    > opensuse11.0.
    >
    > Use case: press ctrl+l to lock your screen then push escape to don't
    > have the password popup. start to input your password the first letter
    > is not taken.
    >
    > A bit boring. on gnome this is working, you can start to input your
    > password even if the password popup isn't there. Can anyone is able to
    > improve this UI pb or have a work around for this ?


    I'm not a KDE developer, but IMHO it's OK. The screen is locked, and
    the password box is not shown until the first event received (mouse
    move, key press, clicking, etc.). If you press any key, it doesn't
    means, that it will be your password. It is just an activity and
    notifies the password popup to appear.


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