[lubuntu-users] cursor invisible after timeout and screen-saving

Nio Wiklund nio.wiklund at gmail.com
Wed Apr 20 15:58:27 UTC 2016

Den 2016-04-20 kl. 10:41, skrev Nio Wiklund:
> Hi developers and testers,
> I found a new bug in my 'main testing machine'
> http://www.toshiba.se/laptops/satellite-pro/c850/satellite-pro-c850-19w/
> when I left a brand new Lubuntu Xenial final installed system for a
> while. After the screen-saver kicked in, and I activated it again, there
> was no cursor on the screen.
> But I can select thing by moving to the bottom left corner (the colour
> of the menu button changes), 'it is there' but invisible.
> The cursor appears again after logout.
> It is not a temporary glitch because I can repeat it (in that computer).
> 1. Please check if your computer is affected too.
> 2. I have no idea how to report this bug. What package should be blamed?
> Best regards
> Nio

Hi again,

I have created the bug report


When installed from the *Lubuntu alternate* ISO files, the default 
systems are affected by this bug:

After time-out the screensaver kicks in and the user is locked out. At 
the unlock screen the cursor is visible, but after unlock the cursor is 
invisible. This bug does not affect the corresponding desktop ISO files, 
neither the live session nor the default installed systems.

ISO files: The Lubuntu Xenial final version dated 20160419


Links to the computer specs:



Link to detailed description:


The cursor appears again after logout and stays after login.

This bug is similar to or the same as Bug #1568604: Mouse cursor lost 
when unlocking.

Please check if it affects you too, and in that case mark 'affects me 
too' to confirm the bug (for Lubuntu Xenial Alternate (i386 and amd64)).

Best regards

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