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Save files on log out

  

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Save files on log out
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Submitted:  Aug 30 2006
Updated:  Aug 31 2006

Description:

On log out, if you have unsaved documents, every application ask save unsaved file or not. If you don't click PC wait for your click and not turn off.

KDE can gathering all dialogs in one. IMHO it is more comfortable for users.




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 hehe... um...

 
 by benzi455 on: Nov 23 2006
 
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Just so you know, KWrite does not edit ODT documents; it edits plain text files. Perhaps you were thinking of KWord? :-P


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 Re: hehe... um...

 
 by Pitazboras on: Jan 24 2007
 
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You can open it... As a binary file :P


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 Re: Re: hehe... um...

 
 by antiNeo on: Feb 6 2007
 
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Well, one more reason not to save it if it's an "important document". ;-)


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 Plus one more button

 
 by sefur on: Jan 4 2007
 
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"Stop counting" !!!


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 Awesome!

 
 by antiNeo on: Feb 6 2007
 
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This is a wonderful idea! It reminds me of how in Windows if you have an open document, it will ask you if you want to kill the process holding up the shutdown. This on the other hand would be really useful.


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 Windows does something like th

 
 by AngelBlue01 on: Mar 4 2009
 
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Vista at least warns you when shutting down, "It appears these programs are running. Do you want to close them yourself or force them to close?" kind of thing.

This is even better!


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