Please restore session restore on gnome in natty

Bug #773688 reported by Sergio Callegari on 2011-04-29
This bug report is a duplicate of:  Bug #771896: No way to save current session. Edit Remove
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Bug Description

The possibility of saving sessions on logout and restoring them on login has been completely removed from the gnome 2 desktop. However this was a useful feature of maverick.

Even if this feature was causing problems with unity, removing it does not appear to be a good choice.
The feature was configurable and could be switched off. Switching it off by default would have most likely been a better choice. Those liking it could have switched it back on.

Please, restore maverick's behavior.

Jan Wielemaker (jan-swi-prolog) wrote :

I use several machines where I want to have some default applications running when I login. The
option to explicitly save the session was perfect for this. Alternatives are buggy, notably because
there is no good way to start applications at a specific desktop from a startup script.

      Cheers --- Jan

Changed in ubuntu:
status: New → Confirmed
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