Description of problem:
Since upgrading from Fedora 19 to 20 pressing the laptop power button has launched a shutdown dialog that upon pressing "Restart" or "Power Off" launches another shutdown dialog. Pressing "Restart" or "Power Off" on the second dialog then restarts or shuts down the computer. The dialog does not launch a duplicate dialog when using the top right hand menu.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Press laptop power button
2. Click "Restart" or "Power Off"
3. Observe a second shutdown dialog
Pressing "Restart" or "Power Off" launches a second shutdown dialog.
Pressing "Restart" or "Power Off" should restart or shutdown the computer.
The first launch of the shutdown dialog is also noticeably slower (+2s) when launched using the power button than when accessed through the menu (where it appears almost instantly).
The bug appears to be fixed in more recent versions of Fedora 20 (though I'm unsure which update fixed it exactly).
However the slow launch of the shutdown dialog is still an issue. As stated before: the shutdown dialog takes about 2 seconds to appear when launched using the hardware power button of my laptop, while launching it by mouse through the menu is instantaneous.
I may partially confirm the fix. And this is why.
If I turn laptop off pretty soon after it was powered up then indeed shutdown dialog only appears once.
But if I have laptop working for hours then I see shutdown dialog appears twice as before.
Oliver, could you please confirm that you always see shutdown menu once?
Even if I have my laptop working for hours I only ever see the shutdown dialog once. The only remaining issue I have is the speed issue mentioned previously.
This problem happened too in ArchLinux (both gnome 3.10 and 3.12), but not happened in Ubuntu Gnome 14.04.
If the button in the first dialog is pressed, then the button in the second dialog is not needed to be pressed again. The second dialog will not appear if the cancel button in the first dialog is pressed.
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