Re: Locking down the gnome desktop

On Sat, 2003-12-06 at 15:09, Havoc Pennington wrote:
> On Fri, 2003-12-05 at 13:13, Janyne Kizer wrote:
> However, the panel is extra special. It has several ways to confuse you,
> which I hope I'll get right:
> 1. There was an original plan to allow "panel profiles," though this was
>    never exposed in the UI. So keys are stored in 
>    /apps/panel/profiles/<something>/foo where the <something> is 
>    variable - it should usually be "default"
> 2. In older versions, it would name the subdir for a given panel 
>    instance (such as top or bottom panel) with some random number
>    like 000001, rather than something like bottom_panel
> 3. The real fun one - /apps/panel/default_setup. When you log in the
>    first time and there are no profiles, the panel _copies manually_ the
>    contents of /apps/panel/default_setup to a new profile. So the panel 
>    has its sort of own layer of weird on top of gconf.

This is interesting. Are the "panel profiles" equivalent to a session or
is this something else again? I've been doing some thinking on how to
simplify sessions/workspaces and it would be very useful to know if the
panel already has support for saving its settings per session.


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