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  • #21
    Originally posted by JPFSanders View Post

    From the outreachy webstite "We expressly invite women (both cis and trans), trans men, and genderqueer people to apply."

    We live in clown world. (Facepalm)
    No attack helicopters invited? T.R.I.G.G.E.R.E.D.

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    • #22
      As much as I want to reply to people above...because, honestly, between a few of y'all's posts, there is a "funny kernel" joke up there...I'm gonna stick to Gnome comments since I'm actually using it right now.

      WTF is up with multimonitors on Gnome (3.34.4 - Fedora Silverblue 31)? Went to bed last night and had an episode of DS9 paused on Netflix on my main monitor (hdmi, 49" TV). Woke up this morning and the top bar switched to my 19" DVI 1400x900 monitor (that I normally rig vertical for typing crap). Netflix/Firefox stayed on the screen it was supposed to. Had to tweak the Display settings to fix it so we'll see if it stays fixed.

      For a bug, when I moved my monitors around and clicked apply, the mouse froze in place where the Apply button was and a new one appeared on my big screen. Tried to take a screenshot but neither cursor was in it.

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      • #23
        skeevy420 Tested on 3.35.91?

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        • #24
          Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
          As much as I want to reply to people above...because, honestly, between a few of y'all's posts, there is a "funny kernel" joke up there...I'm gonna stick to Gnome comments since I'm actually using it right now.

          WTF is up with multimonitors on Gnome (3.34.4 - Fedora Silverblue 31)? Went to bed last night and had an episode of DS9 paused on Netflix on my main monitor (hdmi, 49" TV). Woke up this morning and the top bar switched to my 19" DVI 1400x900 monitor (that I normally rig vertical for typing crap). Netflix/Firefox stayed on the screen it was supposed to. Had to tweak the Display settings to fix it so we'll see if it stays fixed.

          For a bug, when I moved my monitors around and clicked apply, the mouse froze in place where the Apply button was and a new one appeared on my big screen. Tried to take a screenshot but neither cursor was in it.
          Now do Windows. KDE, XFCE, Cinnamon, Mate. Exact same occasionally irrational behavior, some more frequently than others. At some point you have to look beyond the specific desktop environment as the culprit.

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          • #25
            Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
            A quick report on GNOME 3.35.91

            Performance:
            Better than 3.34, most people wouldn’t notice

            Lock Screen:
            Cool but you get used to it

            Touchpad gestures:
            MAJOR improvement!
            Why were you so late to arrive in this topic? Normally you're the first person to reply!

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            • #26
              Originally posted by skeevy420 View Post
              As much as I want to reply to people above...because, honestly, between a few of y'all's posts, there is a "funny kernel" joke up there...I'm gonna stick to Gnome comments since I'm actually using it right now.

              WTF is up with multimonitors on Gnome (3.34.4 - Fedora Silverblue 31)? Went to bed last night and had an episode of DS9 paused on Netflix on my main monitor (hdmi, 49" TV). Woke up this morning and the top bar switched to my 19" DVI 1400x900 monitor (that I normally rig vertical for typing crap). Netflix/Firefox stayed on the screen it was supposed to. Had to tweak the Display settings to fix it so we'll see if it stays fixed.

              For a bug, when I moved my monitors around and clicked apply, the mouse froze in place where the Apply button was and a new one appeared on my big screen. Tried to take a screenshot but neither cursor was in it.
              I can't believe no one asked you yet, but where's the link to your bug report?

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              • #27
                Originally posted by andyprough View Post

                Now do Windows. KDE, XFCE, Cinnamon, Mate. Exact same occasionally irrational behavior, some more frequently than others. At some point you have to look beyond the specific desktop environment as the culprit.
                KDE hasn't done it to me in the past month-ish. Couldn't really say for anything else since I haven't used them with the same setup ever.

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                • #28
                  Originally posted by Vistaus View Post

                  I can't believe no one asked you yet, but where's the link to your bug report?
                  That is the bug report. I'm not enough of a Gnome user to even want to track down where to report it...plus it seems that going to the display settings and hitting apply fixed it. My assumption is that it was triggered by whatever Gnome's "auto-detect for defaults" uses and Gnome's "auto-detect for defaults" would fuck up somewhere in the locking, blanking/killing the displays, and restoring the displays and showing the lockscreen.

                  Honestly, I don't feel like reinstalling SB just to trigger that oddity because I haven't been able to trigger it again after explicitly setting my monitors up.

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                  • #29
                    Originally posted by 144Hz View Post
                    skeevy420 Tested on 3.35.91?
                    Ran whatever version the Silverblue Rawhide pushed last night....but it was a horrible overall experience* so I installed Silverblue 31 and, outside of my usual Gnome complaints, it's a pretty fine system. Really digging the ostree/rpm-ostree commands and I'm 85% into "sudo rpm-ostree rebase kinoite:fedora/31/x86_64/kinoite". But I never ran it long enough for the lockscreen to even kick in. Firefox was really screwy. Too green to run Silverblue with a screwy browser, you know?

                    *That's to be expected from running software in a testing state so I don't want anyone to take that as me being overly negative.

                    Kind of dumb to run Rawhide as one's first Fedora/Red Hat install since the Red Hat/Fedora split. Yeah, the last time I ran anything from this family of distributions, Red Hat was still free and Fedora wasn't around.

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                    • #30
                      skeevy420 Why don’t you just build it yourself? Mutter and Shell is very easy to do because the CI tests on Fedora.

                      Btw 3.35.91 is already old now. I count at least 8 devs doing commits on Mutter and 5 devs doing commits on shell since 3.35.91 was tagged.

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