¡Hola Martin! El 2016-09-08 a las 23:33 +0200, Martin Steigerwald escribió:
Am Sonntag, 4. September 2016, 17:32:03 CEST schrieb Michael Schuerig:On Samstag, 3. September 2016 18:24:09 CEST Michael Schuerig wrote:On Mittwoch, 31. August 2016 22:14:16 CEST Martin Steigerwald wrote:All seems fine so far.
For me, automatic screen locking after some idle time and screen power management doesn't work. The screen just stays on all the time. I can lock it manually, though.
Found it. Apparently, one of the tabs in Chromium kept open a WebRTC connection which prevented automatic screen locking.
I think I do not like that an application can prevent screen locking.
If I hit Ctrl-L I *mean* it. Not obeying it IMHO is a security issue.
I think that so far only automatic locking was being discussed. And that's inhibitable using the xscreensaver protocol (afaik), it's what any video player uses to allow you to see a movie without locking your screen every so often. (Auto suspend, and others are also inhibitable)
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