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Month: January 2012

Re: [trinity-users] Problems with kwin

From: Patrick Serru <patrick@...>
Date: Thu, 26 Jan 2012 23:39:46 -0500
Le jeudi 26 janvier 2012, Jeff Taylor a écrit :
> On 01/26/2012 06:14 PM, Greg Madden wrote:
>> On Thursday 26 January 2012 9:28:30 am Jeff Taylor wrote:
>>> I'm not sure where this save-session option is at?  Before trinity, kde3
>>> always automatically saved my setup when I logged out.  Also I have to
>>> wonder, if kwin is supposed to be running, why wouldn't it have been
>>> present on the two machines I did clean installs of trinity to?
>>> On 01/26/2012 05:50 AM, Calvin Morrison wrote:
>>>> Me thinks that  something weird is happening with your sessions. Try
>>>> getting everything setup (with kwin running) how it normally should,
>>>> then save your session. See if that is a solution.
>> On my box, There is a manal 'save session' in my 'application start 
menu', also
>> from the start menu, 'settings>kde components>  session manager' gives 
>> options on restoring a seesion etc.
> Wait... so you're saying that you manually save your session when you 
> have everything set up a certain way, then every time you log in to your 
> desktop you click something to manually restore your settings an 
> applications?

      To set this:
kcontrol -> "KDE Components" -> "Session Manager": frame "On Login"
you can activate one of these three radio buttons:
- Restore revious session
x Restore Manually saved session
- Start with an empty session

      Just take care with "kate" because it saves the opened files and so 
change the active session. It's hard to explane: just try it. This could be 
related to an other thread on kate in this mailing list or in the devel 
mailing list. At the moment to save a "working" KDE session that I usely 
use during monthes, the kate's windows are opened with "Default session".