Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 471796
no gdm login without moving mouse first
Last modified: 2015-01-14 18:22:06 EST
Description of problem:
This is probably easier to see with a trackball (which I have) rather than
a normal mouse:
I boot the system, I let it come up to gdm prompt with no interaction.
I see the mouse is already positioned over my login name (the tooltip
even comes up to describe that login - clear proof that the toolkit
knows where the mouse is located).
I click button 1 on the trackball to login, and nothing happens
(I can do this over and over and still nothing happens).
I have to actually move the mouse a bit before button 1 click will
start the login process. (I'm going for the "most trivial bug
ever reported" record here :-).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
every time I boot
Steps to Reproduce:
1. see above
no login till I move the mouse
login with just a click
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