Re: Session Restoring All Windows on First Workspace

Clinton Ebadi <clinton unknownlamer org> writes:

> After a week of figuring out how all of the new desktop magic works I
> have a working sawfish setup except for one thing: when I logout and
> login all of my window are restored on workspace 0.

Just to clarify, when you log out your applications are closing, right?
So the windows that show up on workspace 0 on login are new
applications/windows?  The only case I can think of where this would
_not_ happen is if you're using a failsafe login or something (i.e.,
running gnome-session manually), and logging out doesn't really log you

I haven't been able to test this out myself, because I don't use gnome.
I tried running gnome-session, but I can't figure out how to get gnome
to use sawfish.  Menu interfaces give me hives. ;)

Theoretically, I could use some other session manager and get the same
results.  Any suggestions for a simple session manager that just manages
a session?  Ideally I wouldn't have to spend much time futzing with

Jeremy Hankins <nowan nowan org>

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