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Old 06-24-2015, 12:34 PM   #1
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KDevelop: Always startup with new session

How can I get KDevelop to always startup with a new session instead of auto-loading the previous one?
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In the Kdevelop settings there is an option which defaults to starting the previous session on startup. Deselect that option to have Kdevelop start a new session on startup.
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I've searched through the settings several times, but I seem to keep managing to miss it. Can you direct me to where exactly it is and what it's named?


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