Notifications - fails to hide when no unread notifications

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Using plasma6/wayland I recently upgraded from Fedora 39 to Fedora 40. No
problems with that, however I have noticed that when a notification occurs a
pop appears (as it should), if I then clear/close the notification the popup
window remains saying "No unread notifications".

The issue is that the popup remains unless I click on something (e.g konsole),
it then hides itself. I am fairly sure that under F39 and before, if there were
no unread notifications then the popup itself would automatically hide itself
(after the relevant time). The hide popup configuration setting is set to 5

So, do others see this too? Am I right that the popup used to automatically
hide itself (after 5 seconds in my case) if there were no unread notifications?

I have tried to find if this has already been reported, and it doesn't seem to
have been, so before doing so I just want to make sure that it is something
that has changed.



John Horne | Senior Operations Analyst | Technology and Information Services
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