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    bhadotia NNTP User

    Default How to make yast windows remmember state?


    Whenever I open a window from yast2 it comes out in its comes up in its
    default size/shape even if I have changed the window layout when it was
    previously opened.
    All other windows remember their previous states but this is not the
    case with yast2 windows. Actually, it is very annoying for me to change
    the the window layout of the gnome software installation tool in yast2
    every time.
    Is there a way to make these windows remember their ways?


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    bhadotia NNTP User

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    Sorry but Buuuuuuummmmppppppp!!


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    bhadotia NNTP User

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    bhadotia;1912837 Wrote:
    > Sorry but Buuuuuuummmmppppppp!!


    Another one: BUUUUUUUUMPPP!


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    Roger Marquis NNTP User

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    hi..
    here it is:
    click on the upper left button (mine is in french) take advance
    submenu, on this one take windows special setup and from there it is the
    position and size setup and thats all.

    cheers!


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    bhadotia NNTP User

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    Roger_Marquis;1917181 Wrote:
    > hi..
    > here it is:
    > click on the upper left button (mine is in french) take advance
    > submenu, on this one take windows special setup and from there it is the
    > position and size setup and thats all.
    >
    > cheers!


    Hi, and thanks for the reply.

    But there is no advance submenu in the menu that comes up (the window
    menu).
    What window manager are you using?
    May be you did not read my post carefully. I'm using GNOME with
    compiz.

    Anyways I have wiped suse and will not be reinstalling it for quite
    some time. But still your help is appreciated.


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    bhadotia NNTP User

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    Bump!

    I just reinstalled suse and it would be great if someone could help me
    out with this problem.


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    Malcolm NNTP User

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    Quote Originally Posted by bhadotia
    Bump!

    I just reinstalled suse and it would be great if someone could help me
    out with this problem.
    Hi
    Try the qt GUI rather than the gtk one. Set it via YaST -> system
    -> /etc/sysconfig editor and search on wanted_gui change this from auto
    to qt. You may also need to check the package yast2-qt is installed.

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    Odin NNTP User

    Default Re: How to make yast windows remmember state?

    Just how much time to you spend with YaST open?
    Is it really such a problem?

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    bhadotia NNTP User

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    Odin;1924565 Wrote:
    > Just how much time to you spend with YaST open?
    > Is it really such a problem?


    Well, you do have to set up the system after the first install!
    And for me it takes about two-three days to complete set up my system.
    I recall all the packages I need to install and that happens in an
    unordered manner as I use the system so that I have to open up at-least
    once after booting the laptop


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    bhadotia NNTP User

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    malcolmlewis;1924374 Wrote:
    > Hi
    > Try the qt GUI rather than the gtk one. Set it via YaST -> system
    > -> /etc/sysconfig editor and search on wanted_gui change this from
    > auto
    > to qt. You may also need to check the package yast2-qt is installed.
    >
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    > Cheers Malcolm (Linux Counter #276890)
    > openSUSE 11.1 x86 Kernel 2.6.27.7-9-pae
    > up 2 days 11:19, 1 user, load average: 0.17, 0.17, 0.12
    > GPU GeForce 6600 TE/6200 TE - Driver Version: 180.22


    Thanks Malcolm! I will try that now.


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