john at milsson.nu
Fri Jan 13 15:02:04 GMT 2006
On Thu, 2006-01-12 at 10:07 -0500, Joseph Method wrote:
> I remember trying out "save session" and getting into a frustrating
> whack-a-mole situation with the sessions dialogue itself being
> included in the saved session. This is a hard behavior to reproduce
> unless you're being as stupid as I was. But saved sessions is a bad
> default because users tend to "bail out" when things go wrong, and a
> lot of things can go wrong within a given session. Sometimes
> applications die and leave stray processes or daemons that are hard to
> identity in the long list of processes. So maybe a nicer
> system-monitor *and* the sessions application.
What about a "reset"-button? I just believe that keeping state is an
important aspect of usability.
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