On Mon, 2013-01-28 at 09:10 -0500, Matthias Clasen wrote:
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> Shouldn't the cursor be centred after boot, ubuntu seems to be the
> distro that does this. Why can't Fedora?
> This is especially annoying when logging into gnome using only the
> keyboard, and the cursor (placed on the top left) triggers the
> Activities menu.
We don't center the cursor because that would make it interfere with
the user list, which is not great. That being said, it should not be
at the top left - we place it toward the lower right, some 100 pixels
away from the edge.
Who's "we"? There's no code like that in gnome-settings-daemon, and my
mouse is always at the top-left as well. Xorg? gdm?