Can one stop the xfce session manager changing desktops when it finishes startup?
cl at isbd.net
Wed Sep 8 11:53:19 CEST 2010
On Tue, Sep 07, 2010 at 10:50:36AM -0400, David Rosenstrauch wrote:
> On 09/06/2010 06:01 AM, Chris G wrote:
> >I have a pretty standard xubuntu 10.04 system. When I log in my
> >desktop appears and is quite usable while the various autostarted bits
> >and pieces get started up in the background. However, after they have
> >all loaded, the xfce4 session manager insists on moving me to the
> >workspace I was on when I last saved my session.
> >This can be really annoying because it's usually several seconds after
> >I have logged in and started doing something that it happens, so if I
> >am using a workspace other than the one saved by the session manager I
> >suddenly get flipped to the wrong workspace.
> >Is there any way of preventing the session manager doing this? Or,
> >alternatively is there a way to get the session manager to do its
> >stuff first of all the autostarted processes?
> Perhaps try un-checking the "save session for future logins" box
> when you log out?
No, that just stops the session manager saving a 'new' session.
There's still always a saved session which gets restored when you log
back in and when it's done you're flipped to the saved workspace.
I have the "save session for future logins" turned off anyway.
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