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    Default Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages

    That's pretty much it. I would like to be able to make the Yast package manager stay open after installing or removing packages.

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    Is this what you want?

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    Default Re: Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages

    Just like Synaptic and other package managers do, from other distro`s ?
    That would be nice.
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    Default Re: Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages

    Yes. Thank you.

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    Default Re: Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages

    Why is not that a default setting?
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    Default Re: Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages

    > Why is not that a default setting?

    i guess because it has only been available as an option for the last
    couple of years, or less...and no has yet thought about replacing the
    (years) old way with the new kid.. (i always turn it on, and i guess
    more and more will...and, eventually . . .)

    you could always request it in FATE, and see what happens!

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    DenverD wrote:
    >> Why is not that a default setting?

    >
    > i guess because it has only been available as an option for the last
    > couple of years, or less...and no has yet thought about replacing the
    > (years) old way with the new kid.. (i always turn it on, and i guess
    > more and more will...and, eventually . . .)
    >
    > you could always request it in FATE, and see what happens!


    Better IMHO, just make buttons for both possibilities on the window,
    then there's no need for the configuration option.

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    Default Re: Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages

    Quote Originally Posted by DenverD View Post
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    you could always request it in FATE, and see what happens!
    Done: https://features.opensuse.org/312750
    Feel free to vote
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    Default Re: Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages

    Even created a poll to get an feedback: Poll: Make Yast2 stay open after installing packages ?
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