On 10/01/2015 05:51 PM, Timothy Murphy wrote:
Kevin Kofler wrote:
> Timothy Murphy wrote:
>> But the sole cause of this screen-locking, in my case,
>> is movement of the cursor - possibly faster movement than normal.
> Check for active screen edges/corners in System Setings, you may have one
> of them set to "Lock screen".
Thanks for the response.
It certainly feels like what you say,
but I don't see anything set in System Settings=>Workspace
to enable screen locking when crossing edges.
Actually, I haven't had this problem for a couple of days.
I still get the "Plasma died" message a couple of times each day,
but there seems to be an instant recovery, as far as I can see.
Maybe the recovery is not always perfect?
If you go to "System Settings--->Workspace--->Desktop Behavior--->Screen
Edges" you can click on one of 8 boxes and pick an action for when your mouse hits
that edge. One of the selections is "Lock Screen".
In reality, some people should stick to running Windows and others should stay away from