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Description of problem:
This system has dual monitors managed by nvidia Twinview. At login the gdm dialog is centered in the primary monitor as expected. The system mouse is centered between the two screens and not over the gdm dialog. The dialog does not have focus and pressing Alt-U (or U or Control-U) to put focus on the user name text box does not work. If I move the mouse over the dialog box (no click, just move) then the dialog box will respond to all keys including navigation key strokes.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Type a key on keyboard to unblank screen.
2. Try to type username or Alt-U to bring focus to username text box
Cannot log in.
Focus should go to dialog box when Alt-U or other navigation key is pressed regardless of where the mouse is.
Nvidia video drivers.
Dual monitors with TwinView.
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