F20-rc3, gnome-shell logoff?

Gene Czarcinski gene at czarc.net
Mon Sep 23 14:25:25 UTC 2013

On 09/20/2013 10:44 PM, John Morris wrote:
> On Thu, 2013-09-19 at 11:02 +1000, Ankur Sinha wrote:
>> If there's only one user, the log out option doesn't appear and you need
>> to run "gnome-session-quit" in the "alt f2" command dialog to log out.
> Ok, clever idea.  Just wondering what kind of thought went into this
> though.  I can't count the times I have been ordered to 'logout and back
> on' after a round of updates.  Reboot?  Every year Windows is getting a
> little better and we are getting a little more like it... too bad we are
> taking the bad ideas about as often as the good ones.
The same thought process that dielete the name from the top panel rather 
than just changing the default to non-display.  Mmmm ... maybe this is 
the same thought process that made session-save stop working but I have 
found a way that I can live with that new "feature".


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