Re: panel question

Ted Milker <> writes:

> Hey all, what exactly are the files in ~/.gnome/panel.d/defaults for?

This is the place where, when the panel is not in a session, it stores
its config files and the applet config files.  When you start up a session,
it loads these files then starts saving settings somewhere like

> I've fixed the gnome-pager so that it saves preferences

The gnome-pager is pretty much deprecated at this point.  The new 
tasklist and desk-guide applets are going to help in putting to rest the
old pager.

The 'S' in GNOME stands for 'suck'

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