Comment 7 for bug 533157

mrk (cvs-src) wrote :

I can confirm.

1. Start gtg.
2. Activate 'Hello world' plugin.
3. Do not close gtg!
4. `shutdown -r now` or reboot via gnome

after system is started up (and gtg is now starts atomatically ))) i check the plugins list and 'Hello world' is unchecked.

Seems like gtg saves plugins settings not immediately but on (correct) exit. If so, there may be two solutions:

1. Save the settings immediately after change is occurred.
2. Catch SIGABRT (or what its name) and save the settings before close.