Caffeine enabled by defect on Ubuntu 16.04
Martinx - ジェームズ
thiagocmartinsc at gmail.com
Tue Feb 23 06:47:44 UTC 2016
This is also, very interesting! Seems to be a good solution, and maybe more
However, it also seems odd to tell everysingle program out there, to make a
change, while Ubuntu can do this just once, in one place, for everything.
On 22 February 2016 at 07:20, Matthew Paul Thomas <mpt at canonical.com> wrote:
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> Ramon Marquez wrote on 16/02/16 19:42:
> > Caffeine is a package very important cause inhibits the screen for
> > playing videos on the web browsers. Actually is offered on the
> > main repository of Ubuntu 16.04 but disabled by default. I think
> > that Caffeine It should be enabled by default.
> > ...
> Fortunately, there is a much less bureaucratic and more reliable
> solution: the Web browser itself can tell Ubuntu to inhibit the
> This was implemented, for example, in VLC in 2013.
> And in Firefox in 2014.
> If it isn’t working for you with a particular Web browser playing a
> particular type of video, please report a bug for that Web browser,
> with exact steps to reproduce the problem.
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