[kde-linux] How NOT to save environment when exiting
Gerhard den Hollander
gdenhollander at fugro-jason.com
Wed Oct 26 06:02:05 UTC 2005
* mail at blobel.com <mail at blobel.com> (Wed, Oct 26, 2005 at 03:42:22PM +1000)
> On Wednesday 26 October 2005 14:58, Eric Bouyoux wrote:
> > Hi,
> > It seems that each time I log out from KDE, the environment (windows,
> > applications ...) is saved. How can I prevent KDE to save all this each
> > time I exit ? For example, in Gnome, there is a "save session" button I
> > can set or not when I logout.
> > Regards.
> Go to
> Control Centner > KDE Components > Session Manager
> and click "Start with empty Session"
> This should do the trick.
Or even better
Control Center -> KDE Components > Session Manager
start with Saved Session
then setup the session as you would like it to be
then Start -> Save Session
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