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|ID||Project||Category||View Status||Date Submitted||Last Update|
|0006176||CentOS-6||Other||public||2013-01-08 06:08||2013-01-08 06:08|
|Priority||low||Severity||trivial||Reproducibility||unable to reproduce|
|Target Version||Fixed in Version|
|Summary||0006176: Software updater hidden in panel|
A hidden pixel or icon for "software Updater"
in panel (seems to) cause Software Updater to
start when clicked:
|Steps To Reproduce|
I was slowly clicking in between icons
( don't ask why -- I do things like that )
on the RHS of the panel, between the username
and clipboard icon, I was slowly clicking
when Software updater started. I was VERY close
to clipboard manager icon.
Another description would be that I was clicking on that
transparent set of dots residing there.
I could only do it once. So maybe it's not a real
click thing ( even a leak should hang around I would think).
The order of icons on the RHS panel are:
username, divider dots, clipboard manager, speaker, network connection
memory leak ?? Leaving a vestige of an active icon ?
I cannot say.
One thing occurs to me: is it possible Software Updater
spontaneously started from previous activity 2 reboots ago ?
( a flag? timer? software lock ? ) when I had kppp running
and it later detected a network connection at this session?
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