Re: [Re:] Netscape opens again on restart [was Re:Window Shades are going slow...

Claudius Li (aprentic@retina.min.net)
Mon, 3 May 1999 13:57:40 -0400 (EDT)


> 	I guess I wasn't too clear.  When you exit AfterStep, it remembers
> all the running applications and saves them in the .workspace-state file.
> Netscape can not be restarted as it is saved in this file.  When Netscape
> gets an eroneaous command line invocation string, it panics and starts as
> the smalledst window it can. :)  To avoid this feature, you have a few
> options.  1) Compile AfterStep with the --disable-savewindows option to
> configure, this will not save any apps when you exit; 2) comment out the
> Exec    "I"     sh ~/GNUstep/Library/AfterStep/.workspace_state & line
> from the autoexec file; or 3) don't leave apps (Netscape) running when you
> exit AfterStep/X.

Is there a way to give Netscape the correct command line invocation
string?
I've had this problem too but I would like to be able to have Netscape to
restart when I log out with NS running and log back in.
I'm currently using solution 3 but I'd rather not have to.



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