[Bug 938302] Re: Screen keyboard shows, even though it's turned off in accessibility settings

Francesco Fumanti francesco.fumanti at gmx.net
Wed Feb 22 18:15:12 UTC 2012


An alternative might be to consider the unlock screen as the exception
instead of the display manager. Thus, Onboard would only check for a
running instance when it gets started under the unlock screen. Is there
a way for Onboard to check whether it has been started for the unlock
screen?

About the RUNNING_UNDER_GDM: Does this not mean that Onboard will depend
on specific display managers to even start up? Since the problem is
about the unlock screen, we might perhaps try to avoid as much as
possible relying on other things.

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