Re: session saving in GNOME Shell

On 04/23/2011 12:43 PM, Milan Bouchet-Valat wrote:
> Le samedi 23 avril 2011 à 07:13 -0400, Andre Robatino a écrit :
>> On 04/23/2011 06:40 AM, Milan Bouchet-Valat wrote:
>>> I don't think the Shell does anything special. The problem is probably
>>> that fallback-mode components like Metacity or gnome-panel are restored
>>> with the saved session, and this doesn't interact well with the Shell.
>>> But normal apps are restored just as before.
>> But I never used fallback - this was a live session where I logged in
>> for the first time with GNOME Shell, enabled session saving, logged out
>> and back in. See the bug reports for how to reproduce.
> Sorry, from the GNOME bug report I thought the saved session was from
> GNOME 2.32 (i.e. before upgrade), and the bug occurred the first time
> you try to log in after upgrade. From the Fedora report and what you now
> say, it seems this can happen merely when saving a pure GNOME Shell
> session. It could be worth making it clearer on the GNOME report too.

I verified that this happens also with (the
currently labeled as "GNOME30-Live-latest.iso" on the GNOME3 website),
and added a comment to
emphasizing that this has nothing to do with GNOME2 (although the
original reporter did see it after a 2->3 upgrade).

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