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Month: June 2018

Re: [trinity-users] remove lock session from menu?

From: William Morder <doctor_contendo@...>
Date: Sun, 24 Jun 2018 21:42:59 -0700

On Sunday 24 June 2018 21:28:33 Felix Miata wrote:
> Can it be done? If so, how?
> I never lock session on purpose.
> It's extremely irritating that it's placed there at all, much less right on
> top of log out. I try to log out, I put the pointer over log out, I click,
> and half the time the pointer moves as I click to selecting lock session
> instead of log out.

Try moving through the menu choices from the keyboard, using tab (forward) and 
shift-tab (backwards), and space bar to click. Or you could try using mouse 
keys (if you have them enabled). 

I doubt this would solve your problem; I am trying to imagine what you mean, 
as it hasn't happened to me. However, if you can do this through the 
keyboard, then it might give you a clue to the problem, as something else 
might be interfering with your mouse. 

It might be that I have a similar problem. Every so often (maybe once out of 
every dozen or so times that I boot up), I cannot access the upper left-hand 
corner of my screen (maybe one-fourth of the entire screen). I finally 
figured out - or so I think - that I have set Open Office to start up when 
the computer boots, and the "restore session" dialog box is about the same 
size as the portion of the screen that I couldn't access in other windows. 
Apparently the dialog box was acting like a ghost in other windows. However, 
I could access the menu choices in the upper left hand corner by using the 
keyboard and/or mouse keys on the num pad. 

It sounds like your issue is fundamentally different from mine, but you might 
still be able to use the keyboard for these functions, and that might yield 
more information about your issue.