Description of problem:
The screensaver fires incorrectly after restoring a full screen gnome-rdp session to a window if the gnome-rdp session is kept up longer than the screensaver timeout. It appears gnome-rdp does not notify whatever fires the screensaver that the console is in use. Moving the mouse as the screen is fading out doesn't stop the screensaver from firing.
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Steps to Reproduce:
1. Launch a full screen gnome-rdp session.
2. Keep it up for longer than the screensaver timeout
3. Restore the rdp session to a window (CTRL+ALT+ENTER)
4. The screen fades to the screensaver. (Moving the mouse during this time does not help)
5. Once the screensaver is displayed, the station can be unlocked and funcions like normal.
I'm also seeing this with tigervnc, so I'm thinking it's more to do with the window manager and not gnome-rdp...
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