[chandler-users] [d/f] Assorted Usage Notes

Grant Baillie grant at osafoundation.org
Mon Jun 25 09:10:40 PDT 2007


Does the bug happen if you don't hibernate the machine? It's possible  
that the time spent in hibernation isn't being counted.

--Grant

On 24 Jun, 2007, at 19:05, Andre Mueninghoff wrote:

> Hi Davor,
>
> Thanks for the info. I wasn't clear with my feedback. I was actually
> expecting Chandler to time out after 180 minutes of non-usage of
> Chandler when the timeout value is set to 180 minutes. It seems to me
> that it doesn't timeout at all with this setting of 180. Seemed like a
> potential bug. However, yes, having an option also for an indefinite
> timeout would be useful too, quite actually.
>
> Thanks, Andre
>
> Davor Cubranic wrote:
>> On Friday 22 June 2007 20:45:26 Andre Mueninghoff wrote:
>>
>>> 3. Master password
>>>
>>> - More experimentation is required, but it seems to me that if I se
>>> the timeout of the master password to 180 minutes that it will not
>>> timeout at all as long as the OS (WinXP) is active. For example,
>>> hibernating my laptop will trigger the timeout, that is, I am
>>> prompted again for the password when I unhibernate my laptop.
>>>
>>
>> You're asking for indefinite timeout then, or a variation on it.  
>> FWIW,
>> the way this works right now is a lot like admin password in Ubuntu,
>> and "sudo" command in general.
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