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"Save session as a file!"

  

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"Save session as a file!"
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"Save session as a file!"
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I think it would be cool, if the session manager allowed one to save the session as a file. Then users could open multiple programmes in the right position and state, just by clicking an icon.




(Btw. the screenshot is made on gnome, as it was what I had at the moment)




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 YES!!!!!

 
 by firstblood on: Mar 14 2006
 
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This is the perfect next step in session management!


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 certainly important

 
 by debian1993 on: Mar 17 2006
 
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well it's so easy and so fresh it has to be implemented! As an addition we should make a session manager at bootup screen so that the user could select a session where he/she wants to continue.


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 Re: certainly import

 
 by lobais on: Mar 18 2006
 
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Could have a sessionmanager at startup, but maybe the user will be more confident with starting up a clear desktop instant fast, and then choosing the session from the environment he/she knows.


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 Oh damn it YEAH!

 
 by logixoul on: Apr 2 2006
 
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Best idea I've seen on KDE-Look up to now. I'd seriously give it 5 votes if I could!
Besides, it doesn't need to wait for KDE 4. Almost all we need is:
  • to save all: a script that tars up ~/.kde/share/config/session into filename.tar
  • to load: a script that untars filename.tar into ~/.kde/share/config/session and automatically relogins

I might do it when I have some free time.


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 Great Idea

 
 by kimothy on: Apr 28 2006
 
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This is a very good idea! I would wright this in Norwegian, but it's not aloud in the forum:-(


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 summer of code

 
 by mattepiu on: May 26 2006
 
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I'm not 100% but I see an "advanced session managment" under the google summer
of code approved projects :
( http://www.gentoo.org/doc/en/handbook/handbook-amd64.xml?part=1&chap=10 )
, may be this one?


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 Re: summer of code

 
 by mattepiu on: May 27 2006
 
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wrong link, sorry, correct one is
http://developer.kde.org/summerofcode/soc2006.html


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 Superb.

 
 by Toma- on: May 29 2006
 
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Exellent idea. Companies using the same software could set up a presentation and just open a session file which includes all sorts of apps running and so on. Would also make for some fun session swapping! :D


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