Re: nautilus vs. gnome-settings-daemon "race"

Owen Taylor <otaylor redhat com> writes: 
> Avoiding any other comment on this thread, gnome-settings-daemon
> really needs to be launched _first_, before any other apps.
> Otherwise, all the apps on the desktop will quite likely have
> to do one or more "theme switches" when g-s-d starts up, which
> is not conducive to a fast and attractive startup.

Hmm, good point.

Jacob what if it set the background after a timeout, or on receipt of
a special "login complete" X message that gnome-session could send to
the root window, whichever comes first, and if nautilus is not


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