Ed Greshko 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
>> 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.
If you go to "System Settings--->Workspace--->Desktop
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".
Thanks for your response.
I did look there, but "Lock Screen" was not enabled for any edge or corner.
One corner - top left - was active,
but just to be certain I've de-activated it.
But the movement that caused the screen locking was not in this direction.
All my settings were the default setting; I hadn't changed anything.
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