This is streetdeck operating as designed. When coming out of hibernation the focus is taken from SD. The first push is to select the window. The second is to select the option.
Is that expected behavior?
Likewise i get this warning several times after a resume. Ive taken to closing SD and letting the laptop hibernate itself. That way when i restart and select SD i only have to cancel the warning once!
I think I am going to try to find some mouse simulator software that can simulate clicking the dialog twice after resume to fix this problem for me. Ill let you guys know if i figure anything out
I am unable to recreate the issue of fading to black on my testing system. I will test on my car and laptop and report back. Until then if you could make a video, submit the logs or screen shots to show the issue that would be great.
I did confirm that touching the screen outside of the confirmation dialog after resuming from hibernation does not change the behavior...I still have to dismiss two dialogs before SD resumes even after an intial touch to bring SD into focus.
Alright, well I made myself a fix for this, figured i would share it just in case someone else wants it..
Basically i just made a little program that, when ran, will click the mouse twice in the area of the screen where the "yes" button is for the testmode confirmation dialog on resume from hibernation. This ones i made only works with 800x600 and 800x480 screen resolution.. i could easily make it work with others.
To make it work you need 2 things.
1. My Program
-----> 800x600 http://www.minitruckinguy.com/testmodebypass.exe
-----> 800x480 http://www.minitruckinguy.com/testmodebypass800x480.exe
2. Hibernate Trigger http://www.rpi.edu/~desimn/suspendtrigger/
Just use hibernate trigger to run my .exe program each time the computer resumes and all should work out well. At least it does for me! Although, it did take a little playing with to get hibernatetrigger to work right for me.
note: If they fix the bug where it requires us to click once, i will modify the program so it only clicks once instead of twice, that way we can still use it :-)
(BTW: I assume no responsibility for how you use this information / program or the outcome. Use at your own risk!)
I am still trying to get the screen to go blank before I hit yes. Is there any thing else you are using that could cause this?