Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 83785
gnome-terminal saving session with "no longer supported" options?
Last modified: 2007-04-18 12:50:54 EDT
Description of problem:
On quitting gnome and back to console, I see:
Option given which is no longer supported in this version of gnome-terminal; you
might want to create a profile with the desired setting, and use the new --wind
beta4 with updates as of 6th February
How reproducible: consistent, so far.
Steps to Reproduce:
startx -> gnome -> set a few gnome-terminal options -> 'logout'
I was starting and quitting gnome to see whether something else
entirely had been saved. Just noticed this incidentally.
(I don't know whether this is relevant, but gnome-terminal
had been told to use no toolbar and had remembered, but right-clicking
on the terminal to get a new gnome-terminal was producing gnome-
termins with toolbars again anyway. But it was remembering to
have no toolbar when I restarted...)
Either no error message, or a message saying what option which
is no longer supported was given! How do I find out? :)
Created attachment 89946 [details]
save-session message from gnome-terminal
I don't see any options in there offhand that are the no longer supported ones.
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