session manager question [breezy/KDE3.5.1]

Art Alexion art.alexion at
Wed Feb 15 20:22:04 UTC 2006

If I open the session manager configuration dialog, I can configure my
logins to "restore a manually saved session" and can turn off auto-save
session on exit, but I can't find any command to "manually save a
session".  I remember on KDE 2.x and 1.x where the logout screen allowed
you to decide whether to save the session state, and had a command in
the menu "Save current session", but can't find it in Kubuntu/KDE 3.5.1. 

Can anyone direct me?

I am tired of having to close everything out before logging out to
prevent having to wait for stuff I don't want to use to start next time
I log in.


Art Alexion
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