2012/10/7 Paul Franklin <pf.98052@gmail.com>
I think automatically disabling "Remember last view"
whenever gramps is started with the database locked
is a wonderful idea, and should go into 3.4.2 as I have
seen dozens of users on the bug tracker asking what
to do in this situation.  They are typically beginners
(and as Jerome says typically after trying a buggy
third-party addon) and we should prevent it happening.

It is not related to the family tree though. It would be interesting to add to the config setting a clean-exit option. On opening of gramps it can be set to False, only the closing of gramps in a normal way should write True to it.

Then on restart, if clean-exit is False, load the default Person View.

Benny

On 10/7/12, Peter Landgren <peter.talken@telia.com> wrote:
> I think we should disable
>
> "Remember last view"
>
> whenever a family tree i locked.
>
> /Peter
>
> Jérôme skrev 2012-10-07 14:38:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Should Gramps enable "Remember last view" option by default and/or to
>> still look at this option if 'the last' view (previous session) is
>> crashing?
>>
>> The current problem is that users can have a problem if there is one
>> mistake on the last used view (ex: 3rd party plugins).
>>
>>
>> Jérôme
>>
>>
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