Comment 11 for bug 435930

Can we do this more "systemically" than a dialog box? Perhaps some sort
of overlay (similar to the shutdown / restart overlay) on guest login?

As for language:

"Temporary Guest Session"

"All data created during this guest session will be deleted when you
logout or reboot, and settings will be reset to defaults. [Please save
files in /var/guest-data if you would like to access them again
later.][Please create /var/guest-data if you would like to save files
across guest sessions.]"

Clearly, use the sentence that's appropriate depending on the existence
of /var/guest-data :)

Thanks,
Mark

On 09/12/13 04:10, Robert Ancell wrote:
> Can design please comment on the wording of the warning. As proposed, it
> is a warning dialog like this:
>
> Title: 'Warning: Data will be deleted'
> Content: 'Please be aware that this is a "guest session". It means that your data will be automatically deleted when you log out, and possible altered settings will be reset.'
> Optional content: 'There is an exception: Files that you save in the folder /var/guest-data will be preserved.'
>
> The optional content is not shown on a default install (it requires a
> sysadmin to create /var/guest-data).
>
>
> ** Also affects: ayatana-design
> Importance: Undecided
> Status: New
>
> ** No longer affects: gdm-guest-session (Ubuntu)
>