Feature changed by: hvogel Feature #302988, revision 9 Title: Don't Zap by default
- openSUSE-11.0: Evaluation + openSUSE-11.0: Candidate Priority Requester: Mandatory Projectmanager: Important
- SLED-11: Evaluation + SLED-11: Candidate Priority Requester: Mandatory Projectmanager: Important
Requested by: email@example.com Partner organization: openSUSE.org
Description: We have this long standing issue that ctrl-alt-backspace is exiting the desktop without much the user can do about it, while every **** web site asks you if you want to discard random information if you browse away. While the zap functionality is useful for some and essential for some situations, where your X server is broken _and_ the keyboard combination is not _that_ easy to trigger, shutting it off completely is not preferred. So we discussed and what seems reasonable is press once -> beep, press twice -> zap. Egbert and Luc say this can be implemented in the X server and then we can leave the option on by default.
Discussion: #1: firstname.lastname@example.org (2007-11-27 13:36:58) If this feature can't be implemented by let's say alpha 2 due to other constraints, I would like to change the default to not zapp for beta1.
#2: email@example.com (2007-11-27 14:41:40) fully in agreement with coolo. Do it with few effort asap or leave it.
#3: firstname.lastname@example.org (2008-01-05 13:07:34) Sounds like extortion to me. Not nice. And won't help in the end. People will complain again and we need to revert it again.