Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 1029094
Inconsistent notifications state after changing to Off
Last modified: 2015-06-29 08:52:29 EDT
Description of problem:
Setting notifications to "Off", then locking the screen, ends up with an inconsistent notifications state after unlocking the screen. The 'Notifications' menu in the messages panel at the bottom of the screen shows a 'Busy' icon (and the empathy status is set to 'Busy') but the Notifications slider is set to "On".
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Steps to Reproduce:
2.Super+M to show the messages panel (or push the mouse on the bottom of the screen)
3.Click on the notifications icon on the left.
4.Click on 'Notifications' to set it to Off.
5.Click on the notifications icon again.
Empathy status shows 'Busy', notifications menu in messages panel shows busy icon, but Notifications slider says "On".
Notifications slider should say "Off".
Turning off a second time seems to correct it.
Update: this doesn't always happen. Perhaps it's related to having locked/unlocked the session previously?
It seems to be to do with whether empathy is running. When empathy is running, I see the bug. When it is not, I don't.
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