Re: Session management?


 I forgot you were talking about an applet. This is either a weird 
feature or a plain bug. Does the panel remove the applet somehow? Because 
if it does, then no amount of info saving will change anything.

 Proof: there is no gnome applet that remembers anything once removed 
from panel. You have to start from scratch configuring it.

 So check the applet actually isn't removed from panel before panel exit.

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>> Original Message <<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<<

On 6/30/00, 2:39:53 PM, Jorgen Pehrson <> wrote regarding 
Re: Session management?:

> On Fri, 30 Jun 2000, Hassan Aurag wrote:

> > Do you sync the preference file?
> >
> > If you do not then all changes will never be written
> >
> >

> Well, I do a "gnome_config_sync()" in my applet_save callback. Is that
> what you meant?

> And the changes are in fact written to a preferences file. But the
> problem for me is that a *new* preferences file is created each time I 
> my applet. It is as if GNOME somehow hasn't got a clue that my applet
> already has a preferences file under ~/.gnome/panel.d/defaults/.

> --
> Jörgen Pehrson
> -----------------------------------------------------------
> "i must say the linux community is a lot nicer than the unix
> community. a negative comment on unix would warrent death
> threats. with linux, it is like stirring up a nest of butterflies."
>              -- Ken Thompson. 1999

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