Bug#348905: closed by Sven Arvidsson <email@example.com> (Re:
Bug#348905: invalid resolution)
alex at malinovich.name
Thu Mar 15 21:55:47 CET 2007
On Wed, 2007-03-14 at 22:46 +0100, Sven Arvidsson wrote:
> On Wed, 2007-03-14 at 21:59 +0100, Erich Schubert wrote:
> > I'm not convinced #348905 is actually resolved.
> > I agree with downgrading it from important to minor or so, since I never
> > was really annoyed by it taking too long to display the password prompt
> > anymore. But that might be due to me having a much faster machine by
> > now...
> > xscreensaver was really snappy; move the mouse and you immedeately got
> > the password prompt, but when I lock the screen with gnome-screensaver,
> > it definitely takes more than one second to show the prompt after moving
> > the mouse. And when pressing the cancel button, it takes
> > 4-5 seconds to react with NO visual feedback such as the greying out or
> > so to show that it has noticed the click.
> Is this with with version 2.16 (from experimental) or 2.14 in
> testing/unstable? If you are running 2.16, does this happen even if you
> set "Blank screen" as the screensaver?
> Alex Malinovich, who previously commented about g-s being slow to
> respond, seemed to think the bug was gone in 2.16. As I can't reproduce
> this myself, maybe I closed the bug prematurely?
I think Erich might be right. While it does pick up keyboard input
immediately, it does sometimes take a while for the interface to
actually display. I can type out my entire password (14 characters)
before the display actually appears. Though at least as of 2.16, once it
DOES appear it's got my whole password in there. (2.14 would lose most
of the characters which is what made it annoying for me.)
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