Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1001445
Screen brightness turns off every time I lock my computer
Last modified: 2015-02-17 11:56:22 EST
Description of problem:
Every time I lock my computer, the screen brightness decreases considerably when it reaches to the login screen (it goes from high to extremely low brightness after only a second of locking the computer). I can barely see the login screen, although, the bightness is extremely low.
I also noticed that the brightness doesn't come to normal (increases), even though, I move my mouse. I need to use my SCREEN BRIGHTNESS button so that I can get the brightness to normal.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Simply press the LOCK option in the taskbar (right upper corner in the desktop screen)
After clicking on the LOCK option, the brightness turns off after a second of locking the computer
1. I expect that the brightness stays the way I set up my brightness (normal) even after locking my computer.
2. I also expect that the brightness comes back to normal every time I move my mouse on the login screen.
Hint: turn off the energy save options.
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