Re: [Epiphany] Re: Getting rid of toolbars

> Well deleting the xml file will only work if epiphany isn't loaded into 
> memory right? since when you "quit epiphany" the xml files are written to 
> disk.

Yeah this is possible.

>  This reminds me we should probably save the various node xml files and 
> toolbar files to disk more often than at application exist, since some users 
> (like me) never really quit epiphany (I always tend to keep the bme open), 
> and a crash could result in major data loss.

I think we save very often ;) In general I try to save on changes.
History is too slow though, so we save on a timer.


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