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nixos-unstable: broken adwaita-dark for Qt apps

I've also been running into this after the most recent update for all Qt applications installed via environment.systemPackages, which includes okular, kronometer, and nomacs.

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Have to scan fingerprint after entering password

Fork sway lock to add some functionality to make the election of fingerprint or password depending on the /etc/pam.d/swaylock pam configuration.

I'm facing the same behavior as the one described in this issue, and I'd like to try to implement this feature. I imagine a flag like --early-pam or something like that, that would trigger the verification right away. Would this be an interesting feature to merge on swaylock once implemented ?

Would be sweet if you're still thinking about it, an important note is that fprintd will (and should) timeout, so I'm not sure how feasible this is.

Another potential issue worth considering is when swaylock is used with swayidle's before-sleep. On my machine at least, PAM fails after a sleep when waiting for a fingerprint because the fingerprint module is powered off. You could just use after-resume, but then there's the issue of the desktop being briefly visible after waking up but before swaylock starts.

A workaround might be to have a separate command-line program that just spawns a layer-shell to cover the desktop before sleep, and spawns a swaylock process on any sort of activity (so we only start swaylock after resume).

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Directly track running swayidle process

We actually don't need to use a separate variable to track the status of the spawned swayidle process, since we can poll the status directly from the process object. This increases robustness against e.g. a killed swayidle process, which would cause safeeyes to be permanently disabled until a restart.

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Add smartpause support for swaywm (#464) If the current desktop environment is sway, the smartpause plugin will spawn a swayidle process that outputs the current time on idle and resume. Using that info, we can determine: 1. Whether the system is currently idle (idle timestamp > active timestamp) 2. How many seconds the system has been idle (current timestamp - idle timestamp) Since swayidle uses the KDE idle protocol, it might be possible to extend this to Wayland KDE as well.

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Add smartpause support for swaywm

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Add smartpause support for swaywm

If the current desktop environment is sway, the smartpause plugin will spawn a swayidle process that outputs the current time on idle and resume. Using that info, we can determine:

  1. Whether the system is currently idle (idle timestamp > active timestamp)
  2. How many seconds the system has been idle (current timestamp - idle timestamp)

Since swayidle uses the KDE idle protocol, it might be possible to extend this to Wayland KDE as well.

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