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Re: [trinity-users] kmail 3.5.13.2

From: Slávek Banko <slavek.banko@...>
Date: Thu, 30 May 2013 04:45:34 +0200
On Thursday 23 of May 2013 09:24:19 Douglas Wooster wrote:
> How common is it to want to invoke the screensaver sometimes with locking
> and sometimes without locking, on the same computer?  If you never use
> locking, can you not still configure the screensaver to not lock, and then
> use the same Ctrl+Alt+L ?  Or does Ctrl+Alt+L now cause locking, even if
> the screensaver was configured to not lock?
>
> Thanks-
> Douglas
>
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Sl�vek Banko [mailto:slavek.banko@...]
> Sent: Monday, May 20, 2013 6:37 PM
> To: trinity-users@...
> Subject: Re: [trinity-users] kmail 3.5.13.2
>
> On Tuesday 21 of May 2013 00:24:38 Serghei Amelian wrote:
> > On Tuesday 21 May 2013 01:19:43 Timothy Pearson wrote:
> >
> > [...]
> >
> > > I was unaware of the Ctrl+Alt+S conflict when I introduced the global
> > > shortcut to activate the screensaver.  If desired, I can change the
> > > screensaver activation sequence to something else, but I would need
> > > help finding an intuitive and non-conflicting shortcut to change it to!
> > >
> > > Tim
> >
> > Maybe Ctrl+ScrLk ?
>
> Scroll Lock might be a little confusing, because Ctrl+Alt+S == screen saver
> only runs without locking. To lock is used Ctrl+Alt+L.
>
> Slavek

I myself often use in different cases both options.

Yes, Ctrl+Alt+L causes locking, even if the
screensaver was configured to not lock.

Slavek
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