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Description of problem:
When you reboot your machine (not sure if just logging out/into Gnome or
restarting X does it), the Weather Applet prefernces defaults back to updating
every 16 minutes instead of what was set previously.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1.Add Weather Applet to Gnome panel
2.Right click and click on Preferences menu
3.Set it to Automatically update every whatever minutes
5.Repeat above steps to check what is set
Actual Results: Automatic updating resets to 16 minutes after a reboot instead
of what was set before.
Expected Results: After a reboot, restaring X, or logging back into Gnome, the
time should be set to what was last entered.
Does this still happen in Fedora Core 2?
Don't know about FC2, I forgot to test it as I just went ahead and
kept the default 30 minute setting.
But in FC3 test 1 it keeps the configuration you set it at, even on
reboot. So the problem seems fixed, at least with FC3 Test 1.
Okay, thanks - FC2 and FC3 test1 have the same version.