<worldofpeace> Jan Tojnar: Currently on a single user account I can see Power Off / Log Out but no item for log out
<worldofpeace> however, sometimes it shows
<worldofpeace> so basically this is the worst bug ever 🤣
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<jtojnar> yes, it is a bug that it shows on single-user account
<worldofpeace> I still don't understand the AccountsService issue, though. I think fixing the above will restore things to before
<worldofpeace> I'm not sure, how do you get better debug info with gjs. Like exact procedures
<jtojnar> worldofpeace: the AccountService does not seem to occur in GNOME Shell, though
<jtojnar> which is why it correctly hides the logout button
<worldofpeace> Jan Tojnar: ah, nice illustration. From you comment on the thread I can't tell if you agreed with the first part my analysis about not having the right environment in the session for multiSession to work
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