Bringing back rsibreak from unmaintained
jpwhiting at kde.org
Mon Aug 31 01:50:12 BST 2015
Just rebuilt it. It seems to run ok. The config dialog does look a lot
cleaner. nice work. I'll report back if I hit any issues as it runs
On Sun, Aug 30, 2015 at 4:10 PM, Albert Astals Cid <aacid at kde.org> wrote:
> El Dimecres, 19 d'agost de 2015, a les 01:01:35, Jan Kundrát va escriure:
>> 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
> The configuration dialog itself was a bit weirdly worded, i've pushed some
> text changed and also removed some settings that where "too much flexibility",
> that hopefully would make it easier to understand.
> Can you check again?
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