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Description of problem:
in X/GNOME + Sawfish, mouse click events are not caught correctly after having
run an apm -s command and having resumed the system. It seems that on some
controls, only every third click is caught. Restarting X makes things work
again. This is a rather annoying problem, as working with the system after a
standby can be rather stressfull.
The problem cannot be reproduced in WindowMaker or KDE
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Open a gnome terminal or something
2. Doubleclick the titlebar of the new window a couple of times, to activate the
shade hover functionality
3. run apm -s from the terminal
4. Re-run step 2
Actual Results: After the system standby, it seems that mouse events are not
caught correctly. The shade hover functionality among other things does not work
Expected Results: Everything should work the same before and after apm -s
Could presumably be a bug in X, kernel, BIOS, hardware...
I never observed this problem in RH 7.2. - Any ideas on how to proceed, what can
I provide You with, to get closer to a solution?
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of 63509 ***