Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 980979
Presence icon shows wrong status after unlocking screen
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:49:21 EST
Description of problem:
After unlocking screen, the presence icon (one in top right corner) displays bubble with cross (as logged out) while empathy says I am online and available.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Name : gnome-shell
Version : 3.8.3
Release : 3.fc19
Name : empathy
Version : 3.8.3
Release : 1.fc19
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Be Available in Empathy
2. Lock screen using Ctrl+Alt+L
3. Unlock screen
Empathy shows I am online but icon in top right corner of gnome-shell shows offline
Correct status icon in gnome-shell
It happens also with empathy window is closed and the wrong icon stays there even after receiving a message. In user menu (one displayed after clicking bubble icon) the icon in submenu is correct.
I cannot test it anymore since I moved to F20 where Gnome shell does not have this icon, but if I remember correctly I had this gnome-shell extension installed: https://extensions.gnome.org/extension/410/boss-mode/ and I think the bug went away when I removed it.
Also I wonder if #1038657 can be somehow related.
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