Bringing back rsibreak from unmaintained
jkt at kde.org
Wed Aug 19 00:01:35 BST 2015
On Wednesday, 19 August 2015 00:30:01 CEST, Albert Astals Cid wrote:
> These messages are not new, IMHO does not apply to this request of bringing
> back from unmaintiained ;)
I agree that it's not a blocker of course, but you asked for feedback :).
>> However, the worst thing is that the passive popup for tiny breaks doesn't
>> appear to notice that I'm still moving my mouse. This is with KF5 and
>> Plasma5 from git from very late July, on X11.
> Are you sure about that? You mean the countdown goes down even
> if you move the mouse?
Yes, that's what I'm seeing. It's interesting that the idle tracking
appears to work when nothing is displayed, i.e., during the normal mode,
the app detects that I'm actively using my computer and starts tracking my
activity and the taskbar icon (the violet pie) goes from 100% to 75% when I
start typing something, and back to 100% violet after a short while of
inactivity. It's just the attention grabber "hey, stop working now" which
ignores my activity and continues the countdown as if I were idle.
The countdown "please relax for %1 second(s)" just doesn't notice my mouse
or keyboard activity. In addition, it's always shown as a passive pop-up
even when I pick "Simple Gray Effect" as a notification effect during
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