Curently Geany session support only saves the session of opened files when Geany is closed directly (i.e. File > Quit, ...). If the user logs out or reboots the computer the session will not get saved because the operating system kills the application upon logout/shutdown (Note: this is true for Linux unsure about Windows). If Geany saved the session upon opening or closing of files/documents/scripts... this would be a nice feature.
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