After upgrading to hardy, gnome-terminal windows are not properly restored on login
|Ubuntu Desktop Bugs|
Binary package hint: gnome-session
(Package might be more appropriate as gnome-terminal, not sure.)
Using hardy updated as of today (2008-04-23), upgraded from gutsy.
I have several terminal windows of varying sizes and number of tabs, carefully placed on various workspaces. Although the number of windows and number of tabs in each window is restored, their sizes are wrong.
Steps to reproduce:
1. Start with a clean session
2. Open several gnome terminal windows, resize to varying sizes and place on different workspaces.
3. Run gnome-session-save
5. Log back in, and note that the terminal windows are not properly sized to their original size (when the session was saved). If you're using compiz instead of metacity, you may also notice that the terminal windows are all restored to the first workspace, rather than their original workspaces.
|Elio Bezerra da Silva (elio7769-deactivatedaccount-deactivatedaccount) wrote : Re: [Bug 221144] Re: After upgrading to hardy, gnome-terminal windows are not properly restored on login||#9|
|Changed in gnome-terminal:|
|assignee:||nobody → desktop-bugs|
|importance:||Undecided → Low|
|status:||New → Incomplete|
|Changed in gnome-terminal (Ubuntu):|
|status:||Invalid → Confirmed|