Description of problem:
I understand this is probably an upstream problem with gnome, but why do we have all those nice accessability features available in simple-greeter, when one can't do much with the keyboard during the same?
Case in point: how do I change the language, session, and, more importantly, how do I access the suspend/restart/shutdown options of simple-greeter, only using the keyboard? If it's possible by some combination of Alt-something or Tab-something, it's really well hidden and unaccessible.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
All from current going back at least a year or so
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Try to restart a system from the simple-greeter screen using only the keyboard
Seems to be an impossible task
Ought to be possible.
I know, I can, and usually do, Ctl-Alt-Fx and do it from the console. I know, I can use the mouse, most of the times, but it ought to be possible.
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Seems like on F15, CTL-ALT-TAB then F10 does the job (just a little bit obscure). It could even be that F10 does it by itself (will try later) so this is just a matter of finding the documentation. Close the bug.