Description of problem:
When the screen is asleep and the power cord is unplugged, the screen should
remain in sleep mode to conserve battery life.
I know this is nit-picking.
Obviously it's not such and issue if the screen wakes when the cord is plugged in.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. wait for you screen to go to sleep (you need a laptop)
2. unplug the power cord.
Screen wakes up.
Screen could remain asleep until the user does something a little more obvious
to wake the screen (like hit a key)
I know it's pedantic, but battery life is precious and every little bit counts.
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This is still a problem with f8.
I totally disagree, the screen should light up to indicate that the power has
been interrupted. It's an event after all.