Since last update I've been seeing freezing up behavior, mostly in the
Specifically, this is the behavior I see when starting it up in command
line ($ xfce4-power-manager --no-daemon --debug --dump):
I can interact with its UI directly just fine, no lag. When I use a
shortcut button for brightness the 1st step succeeds (brightness changed
slightly) but power manager freezes for N seconds. If I press the
shortcut several times, the rest of presses are queued up and will take
a long time to process.
This also affects sleep behavior -- when I close my laptop, it's
supposed to sleep if on battery and just lock screen if on power. It
always sleeps now.
I haven't updated in a few weeks, so it could be a bunch of things
causing this, not sure what...
Anyone else having these issues?
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workaround: add "/usr/bin/systemctl --user start xfce4-notifyd.service"
to user app autostart