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    Default Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save configuration

    On Tumbleweed LXQt I have no problem with this, but Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save it's configuration so every time I boot back in I get a blank panel and have to repopulate it.

    I looked for a config file but didn't find one.

    (I use both the LXQt panel and the Xfce4-panel, above and below).

    TIA for any suggestions made.

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    Default Re: Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save configuration

    Quote Originally Posted by d_hinds View Post
    On Tumbleweed LXQt I have no problem with this, but Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save it's configuration so every time I boot back in I get a blank panel and have to repopulate it.

    I looked for a config file but didn't find one.

    (I use both the LXQt panel and the Xfce4-panel, above and below).

    TIA for any suggestions made.
    When you ask a question about a very unusual configuration,
    You have to describe in detail how you set up/installed the configuration so that people understand how you arrived at your situation, and maybe someone may even try to replicate your setup.

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    Default Re: Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save configuration

    Quote Originally Posted by tsu2 View Post
    When you ask a question about a very unusual configuration,
    You have to describe in detail how you set up/installed the configuration so that people understand how you arrived at your situation, and maybe someone may even try to replicate your setup.
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    Well tsu, I installed the recently announced Gecko version of Leap 42.3 LXQt.

    I had already installed Tumbleweed LXQT some time back as well as an older oSUSE Xfce that I zypper dupped to Leap 42.3.

    I use three environments: Xfce, LXQt and Openbox. I use the Xfce4-panel on all of them, whether it's oSUSE/Gecko, debian/sparky, calculate or fedora/korora but I use the Xfce4-panel with all of them, with either another Xfce4-panel or tint2 or the LXQt panel.

    This one won't retain the configuration, for some reason. (I suppose a configuration file is missing).

    It's 64 bit, (always). And it's installed on a single 250 gb Btrfs partition on a Seagate 3 TB disk with GPT and a 10 Gb Swap partition.

    Thanks in advance. (You have always been very helpful).

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    Default Re: Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save configuration

    Quote Originally Posted by d_hinds View Post
    On Tumbleweed LXQt I have no problem with this, but Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save it's configuration so every time I boot back in I get a blank panel and have to repopulate it.

    I looked for a config file but didn't find one.

    (I use both the LXQt panel and the Xfce4-panel, above and below).

    TIA for any suggestions made.

    The last I time I booted into oSUSE Leap 42.3 the Xfce4-panel was populated - not the way I had left it but there was less to do to fix it back the way I had it.

    Maybe it's learning.

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    Default Re: Xfce4-panel installed on Leap 42.3 LXQt doesn't save configuration [SOLVED]

    Quote Originally Posted by d_hinds View Post
    The last I time I booted into oSUSE Leap 42.3 the Xfce4-panel was populated - not the way I had left it but there was less to do to fix it back the way I had it.

    Maybe it's learning.
    It was.

    I rebooted and this time it loaded as I had left it.

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