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Bug 134287 - session management warning
session management warning
Product: gnome-applets
Classification: Other
Component: stickynotes
git master
Other Linux
: High major
: ---
Assigned To: Loban Rahman
gnome-applets Maintainers
Depends on:
Reported: 2004-02-13 02:40 UTC by Luis Villa
Modified: 2004-12-22 21:47 UTC
See Also:
GNOME target:
GNOME version: ---

Patch to fix warning. (1.90 KB, patch)
2004-03-04 22:58 UTC, Chris Lahey
none Details | Review

Description Luis Villa 2004-02-13 02:40:25 UTC
Now that session saving is the default, it's glaringly horrible what stock
gnome apps don't support session saving. At the moment, of the apps I use,
it is only the sticky notes applet :/ So, every time I log out, I get this
reminder that two of my windows aren't session managed- my two open sticky

I'm tentatively marking this TARGET2.6.0 because I think it would be really
pretty embarassing for GNOME to ship an app or applet that causes this very
large error message every time it is used and every time a user logs out. 

Loban, if you could fix this before 2.6.0, it would be greatly appreciated.
Thanks- Luis
Comment 1 Kevin Vandersloot 2004-02-22 18:31:00 UTC
I have no idea how to fix this. Loban seems to have dropped off the
face of the Earth ;)

Probably an simple fix for people who know these things.
Comment 2 Luis Villa 2004-02-22 18:32:49 UTC
Ugh, suck about Loban. I guess I'll ask on d-d-l for someone to look
at it?
Comment 3 Kevin Vandersloot 2004-02-22 23:29:35 UTC
that would be cool Luis. I'm sure it's a one-line fix or something.
Comment 4 Chris Lahey 2004-03-04 22:58:12 UTC
Created attachment 25179 [details] [review]
Patch to fix warning.
Comment 5 Chris Lahey 2004-03-04 23:00:45 UTC
This adds session management (I.e., tells the session manager to
ignore us.)
Comment 6 Kevin Vandersloot 2004-03-05 13:37:43 UTC
Great! Thanks Chris. Please commit.
Comment 7 Chris Lahey 2004-03-05 16:40:39 UTC