Is Gnome Getting Senile: Save Session on shutdown

Charles Curley charlescurley at
Fri Jul 7 23:11:50 UTC 2006

On Fri, Jul 07, 2006 at 09:04:18PM +0100, Leon wrote:
> Charles Curley <charlescurley at> writes:
> >
> > I now see that when I shut down from the Gnome menu, I get a message
> > announcing that Gnome has saved my session. Bully for it; I didn't ask
> > it to, but I see that the check box for it doing so is now magically
> > turned on.
> >
> > Not only that, but that's all it does. I hit OK, and the dialog box
> > goes away. In order to actually shut down, I have to go through the
> > menu again.
> >
> > Oh, and for additional folly, I unchecked the check box in Sessions
> > for saving the session on log out, and it has stayed uncheck. That's
> > nice. However the behavoir stays the same: I must go through the
> > shutdown menu twice to shut down.
> >
> Please look at "Desktop --> Preferences --> More Preferences -->
> Sessions"

Thanks, Leon. That's the sessions menu to which I referred above. Is
there anything there I missed?


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