Kim Woelders wrote:
> Geoffrey wrote:
>> Down side is, E only remembers the setting for one of my panels,
>> thus, I have to reset them when I restart X. I leave my box up all
>> the time, so I don't run into this issue that often.
> I have heard this one before.
> E is not supposed to remember the settings for the two panels. The two
> panels remember their settings themselves.
> Has anybody figured out what is the real problem here?
I always right click on each panel and set the settings. I then tell E
to remember them, but
> Maybe you should just start your session with:
> export WINDOW_MANAGER=enlightenment
> exec gnome-session
I used to do this, but quit, but I can't recall why. I think it was
because I didn't want everything that comes with gnome-session, such as
the control of the background. I want E to do this. The E window only
has one gnome-panel listed. I tell it to remember, but only one of the
three retain those settings on an X restart.
If there's someway to tell the panel to remember it's settings, where is
that? It's not available on the properties of the panel.
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