kde remembers ??

Merton Campbell Crockett m.c.crockett at adelphia.net
Mon Feb 27 13:37:57 GMT 2006

On 26 Feb 2006, at 22:01 PST, Bob Stia wrote:

> Hello kde people,
> How do I make kde remember settings eg: setting screen resolution for
> different users. Example; I am sight impaired and run my lcd screen  
> at 1280 x
> 960. My wife likes her screen at 1600 X 1200 so I cannot set it in  
> xorg.
> Also, to make Firefox and GQview display with big enough fonts for  
> me I have
> to run the gnome-control-center to make them bigger.
> Whenever I log out and log back in again they revert to their default
> settings. "Save session" does not work.

I'm not on a system with KDE at the moment; however, there is a panel  
in the KDE Control Center that allows you to set the display geometry  
and have it restored the next time that you log in.  At least, the  
capability appears to be present in SuSE Linux 10.

Merton Campbell Crockett
m.c.crockett at adelphia.net

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