Remove another "paper cut"?

PK pliniusminor at
Sat Jan 18 10:51:03 CET 2014

For me, the main thing is that the logout dialog becomes more simple, and
causes no confusion. I'm afraid that even a better description of the
option and/or radio buttons, won't be enough to end the current confusion.

The "save session" option fits, in my opinion, therefore best in the
Settings Manager. And there alone. Where everyone can find it if they want

Well, I think that all opinions on this matter have been heard now.... No
need for us to repeat them further, I'd say. :-)

As I lack coding skills (I'm only a translator for Xfce), I hope some
developer can find the time to address this issue.

Regards, Pjotr.

2014/1/18 Jarno Suni <j_suni at>

> > On Friday, January 17, 2014 6:12 PM, Jarno Suni <j_suni at>
> wrote:
> > These kind of questions users may be thinking. I shortly tested "Log
> > Out" action in the Action Buttons, and it seems to save session
> regardless
> > of session settings /general/SaveOnExit and /general/AutoSave. I think
> the
> > latter setting could rule there, but not in the logout dialog, so that
> user
> > could choose what he/she wants each time.
> As for the Action buttons, there could be separate actions for logging
> out, restarting and shutting down with and without saving, respectively.
> That way user would know from the label what the respective action does.
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