Saving panel settings

Olivier Fourdan fourdan at
Thu Apr 21 22:00:02 CEST 2005


The panel saves its configuration autoatically, why would you like to
"force" a save?

Regarding memory leaks, it can be a leak in the X server or in the
application, but Xfce won't cause leaks in other applications (ie if
Mozilla leaks, Xfce is not the culprit)


On Thu, 2005-04-21 at 16:30 +0100, Paul Tansom wrote:
> I may be jumping the gun a bit and missing the obvious (probably am but
> my brain is full of cotton wool at the moment!), so apologies if this is
> asking someone to state the obvious, but is there a way of saving the
> changes of the XFCE panel without a full close and restart of XFCE -
> I've not found a save settings option yet or similar. I've just tried a
> restart of the panel, which may do it, but I'm not in a position to
> simulate a lockup and see if everything has been saved at the moment :)
> As an aside to this I'll mention that my lockups seem to leave the XFCE
> screen in video memory post X being killed. This looks to be due to
> memory topping out (512M), which in turn comes down to applications not
> releasing it back (I think). Mozilla and Firefox seem to be the biggest
> culprits here, but Evolution weighs in pretty high as well. I'm fine if
> I close and restart them periodically (once a day or every other day
> ish). Both memory and hard disks have been fully tested and show now
> sign of failing, so it must be a configuration or memory leak issue! 

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