session-saving the window status
Nikolas.Arend at gmx.net
Thu Oct 28 13:24:14 CEST 2004
Jasper Huijsmans wrote:
>On Thu, Oct 28, 2004 at 12:47:14PM +0200, Nikolas Arend wrote:
>>Nikolas Arend wrote:
>>>I presume that the session manager also tries to save the window
>>>status (e.g. sticky/not sticky). However, this does not work the same
>>>for every application. In my case I have two quite similar apps,
>>>Mozilla Thunderbird and Mozilla Calendar, that I both want
>>>to be sticky. The Calendar remembers it's status (sticky and
>>>minimized), while Thunderbird is reset to not be sticky after a new
>>>Is the windows status saving and recovery application dependent?
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>>>Xfce4-dev at xfce.org
>>I just realized that both Thunderbird and Calendar do not get saved by
>>the session manager. I forgot because I had them in Autostart. So
>>the recovery of the window status is left to the application?
>Actually, the window state is saved by the window manager. Even though firefox
>and thunderbird are not session-managed, their window state can be saved. At
>least it does work for me.
Hm, over here it does only work for the window size, all other
parameters (such as minimized and
sticky) do not seem to get saved in case of Thunderbird/Firefox/Sunbird.
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