Happy New Year to all of you, guys.
To begin my story, I've changed my hdd to an ssd. Then I have installed a daily build Sabayon X KDE with 64 bit onto a new partition, which is formatted with xfs. So far, so good.
Now I have Kernel 3.7 with KDE 4.9.4 and I'm rather content. Booting is fast, almost every setting is finished now.
Today I've got an update from Rigo. When I finished it, I got the message, that I have to update a settings file (don't remember which one). Then I clicked on 'Update' and after, I closed Rigo.
But then I saw, there was still an open root password window, which needed my root password for doing the changes in settings file.
My problem is, and not only in this case, that the 'root password window' was opened in background and not in foreground, so that I didn't see it and therefore I didn't enter my root password in time.
Can I change KDE settings, that root password window will always appear in foreground or is it managed by Rigo?
If so, then I would not call it a bug, but it confuses and may lead to misunderstandings.
I hope, you understand my problem. You know more about?
Thank you in advance.
-Linuxfluesterer (I love KDE ...)