On 6/27/19 9:22 PM, Takashi Iwai wrote:
On Thu, 27 Jun 2019 14:00:18 +0200,
Vinzenz Vietzke wrote:
I've tested xfce4-screensaver, but it seems less stable.
For example, after the suspend/resume, the screen lock dialog
appears. At this moment, I pressed ESC key, then the dialog is
gone. That's fine and more or less expected, but the problem is
that the dialog is gone forever. It's critically bad.
Maybe we should squash bugs before putting it as the standard...
Except that I don't experience such bug. Please could you open a bug
tracker just in case?
I tried to reproduce this issue but couldn't. Are you sure it's not
related to anything else, maybe some display manager stuff?
Well... how the display manager interrupts the screen lock?
That's possibly depending on the setup or the machine; I'm seeing it
on my Leap 15.1 system with X11:XFCE repo.
Another thing I noticed is that xfce4-screensaver badly interferes
compton compositor. I already switched to the standard XFCE
compositor because of that, but certainly there can be other bugs
I tried with Tumbleweed + Compton + Xfce 4.14 none of the issues you
mentioned happen with my config (default). Quite the opposite, it feels
rather smooth. I still need to test Leap 15.1 but I wouldn't let it be
stopper since it doesn't officially include xfce4-screensaver. On the
contrary, if there is really an issue, it could be helpful to pinpoint it.
Maurizio Galli (MauG)
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