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Old 10-27-2004, 08:04 AM   #1
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Can I default the checkbox 'Save current setup' in Gnome 2.6?


Question:

Can I default the checkbox 'Save current setup' in Gnome 2.6?

Summary:

In Gnome 2.6 when you follow these steps:


1. Click on the 'Actions' menu.

2. Select 'Log Out'.


The 'Log Out' dialog box' has the option 'Save current setup'. Can this be checked by default?

I do understand that in the 'Sessions' preference tool, you can select an option to automatically save your current settings.

BUT, this is a buggy feature....


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