Re: Persistence of user configuration in 2.2.0

On Thu, Mar 06, 2003 at 11:32:08PM -0500, Allin Cottrell wrote: 
> 1. I don't use a graphical file manager, and don't choose to
> have nautilus running as part of my gnome session.  On the other
> hand, I do like for gnome to manage my desktop background, in
> the sense of providing a nice color gradient.  This was cool in
> gnome 2.1, but doesn't work in 2.2.  I can set the background,
> but if I'm not running nautilus then when I restart gnome my
> desktop background setting is not activated: I get the default
> X basketweave.  I have verified that my color setting is
> correctly registered in gconf; it's just not being activated on
> starting a gnome session unless I'm willing to run nautilus.
> This doesn't make sense -- there's no indication in
> gnome-background-properties that what you're setting there is
> somehow nautilus-dependent.

Are you running gnome-settings-daemon? (gnome-session normally starts

> 2. Independent of nautilus, when I set the background color for
> gnome panels, this is not re-established when I exit gnome and
> restart.  The panels for which I have specified a background
> color (again, I verified that the gconf entries are correct on
> exit) come up black when I restart gnome.

This is fixed in CVS panel I think, I remember seeing the bug go
by. It's definitely in bugzilla at least.


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