Auto away status does not work in LInux version of Spark

Description

The auto-away feature never kicks in on the linux spark client. As a test I created logged two test users into spark, and left them signed in overnight. The following morning, I went to one desktop and it still shows the other user as online (should be away due to auto-away).

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wroot
November 11, 2009, 11:16 PM

Can't reproduce with the latest SVN version, so it must be fixed already.

Matthew Matthew
September 10, 2008, 1:44 AM

This still does not work in 2.5.8. As described above, the first time you are inactive after launching the application it correctly goes to away, however, it does not detect when you are active again. At that point, you have to manually set the status to available and once you do that it no longer will detect when you are inactive again and automatically set to Away.

Spark 2.5.8 running on RHEL 5.2.

Kevin Williams
April 10, 2007, 12:33 AM

It now turns on, but when I move around, it still shows me as away (does not automatically revert to online). After manually resetting to online, the auto-away does not come back on either.

Fixed

Priority

Major

Assignee

Michael Will

Reporter

Kevin Williams