--- Comment #54 from jonathan haney <> ---
Sadly the short answer is no.
TBH I didn't think anyone that would want "Switch off after" disabled but
"Switch off while locked" enabled.
Allowing "Switch off after" to be set to 0 would be trivial and would allow for
this behavior but I haven't traced its usage fully so I'm not super confident
in it not causing new issues atm.
However, now that I think about it I'm pretty certain they'll ask me to move
the code out of dpms and make a special home for it elsewhere.
If so it might be a few weeks before I can resubmit due to health issues but
you'll probably end up getting that behavior sooner than 8 years.

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