Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 109486
gnome-terminal does not restore its size after session-save
Last modified: 2007-11-30 17:10:33 EST
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Description of problem:
gnome-terminal does not restore its correct size after saving the
session when logging out and logging in again. Please have a look at
the attached screenshots.
The strange thing is that after logging in again I can see the correct
terminal size for a short moment but finally its resized to the
default terminal size.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. create several gnome-terminals
2. logout and save the session
3. login in again
Created attachment 95826 [details]
Screenshot of several gnome-terminals before logout and session-save
Created attachment 95827 [details]
Screenshot of several gnome-terminals after re-login
Odd, it works fine for me. Tested on two FC1 systems upgraded from RHL9.
I'm seeing the same thing here. FC1 system upgraded from Redhat 9 to
0.95 to FC1 with yum. Willing to guinea pig potential fixes.
I'm still seeing this problem now in FC3 final. After creating a clean
new user environment, setting my the gnome-terminals as I like it,
logging out and saving the session I still get a different layout of
the terminals every time after loggin in.
I'll attach two screenshots to illustrate the problem.
Created attachment 106665 [details]
Screenshot with wrong sized gnome-terminals
Created attachment 106666 [details]
This is a screenshot of how it should look like.
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