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FS#60465 - [plasma-workspace] tray icons not clickable

Attached to Project: Arch Linux
Opened by J. Andrew Lanz-O'Brien (jlanzobr) - Thursday, 18 October 2018, 03:00 GMT
Last edited by Antonio Rojas (arojas) - Monday, 14 January 2019, 19:02 GMT
Task Type Bug Report
Category Packages: Extra
Status Closed
Assigned To Antonio Rojas (arojas)
Felix Yan (felixonmars)
Architecture All
Severity Low
Priority Normal
Reported Version
Due in Version Undecided
Due Date Undecided
Percent Complete 100%
Votes 1
Private No

Details

Description:

Left clicking on Plasma applets in the system tray (eg Network Manager or Telepathy) doesn't always cause the appropriate menu to appear.


Additional info:
plasma-workspace 5.14.1-1

Steps to reproduce:

Add the plasma5-applets-redshift-control widget to your system tray, configure its settings a bit, and then you should be unable to click on icons and have the appropriate menu come up. Not always reproducible. Steam can also cause it sometimes.

Removing the system tray from the panel and re-adding it provides a temporary fix.
This task depends upon

Closed by  Antonio Rojas (arojas)
Monday, 14 January 2019, 19:02 GMT
Reason for closing:  Fixed
Additional comments about closing:  plasma-workspace 5.14.5-2
Comment by Eli Schwartz (eschwartz) - Thursday, 18 October 2018, 03:08 GMT
  • Field changed: Architecture (x86_64 → All)
  • Field changed: Severity (Critical → Low)
https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/Bug_reporting_guidelines#Severity what part of this bug report is "critical"???

And don't submit two bugs for the exact same issue. -_-
Comment by J. Andrew Lanz-O'Brien (jlanzobr) - Thursday, 18 October 2018, 03:10 GMT
It breaks the entire function of the tray.
Comment by Eli Schwartz (eschwartz) - Thursday, 18 October 2018, 03:48 GMT
Yes, I can see how that will cause a "System crash, severe boot failure that is likely to affect more than just you, or an exploitable security issue in either a core or outward-facing service package"...

This is not a debate. Don't try to overinflate the severity of a bug, since we will change it downwards anyway and all it does is give us more work and make us grumpy.

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