[xubuntu-users] Saving sessions, only possible *not* to save sessions in the logout menu, is that right?

Benjamin Shadwick benshadwick at gmail.com
Fri Dec 27 21:58:13 UTC 2013

You should be able to go to Settings Manager -> Session and Startup and do
the following:
- Uncheck General -> Automatically save session on logout.
- Click Session -> Clear saved sessions.

On Fri, Dec 27, 2013 at 1:44 PM, Chris Green <cl at isbd.net> wrote:

> As per the subject.  Is it really only possible *not* to save one's
> session if one logs out as opposed to using the shutdown or restart
> options?
> This is a real pain in the **** if so.  I nearly always simply shut my
> system down when I've finished using it, I don't want my session saved,
> I want the session I've carefully confiugured previously to come back,
> not the mess I've left just before I shut down.
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