Ever since the upgrade to the new Kubuntu version (Saucy) kslideshow.kss doesn't terminate when I unlock the screen, and it not only continues running but consumes 5-10% CPU. If I don't kill it manually, after several lock-unlock cycles I see multiple kslideshow.kss processes, all consuming CPU. I thought initially that this might have happened because my slideshow is set to display images from an NTFS partition but I set it to display from a native partition and the issue persists. I should also note that with the previous Kubuntu versions I received from time to time a notification that the slideshow has crashed but I never saw multiple kslideshow.kss processes running and never seen it consuming CPU when the system was unlocked.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Wait until the system starts the slideshow.
2. Unlock the system and use "top" to display active processes.
kslideshow.kss running in the background and consuming CPU.
No kslideshow.kss running with system unlocked.
*** This bug has been marked as a duplicate of bug 224200 ***