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releng:4.10:roadmap:xfce4-session [2011/03/31 07:31]
jeromeg [Remove Xfce4-tips]
releng:4.10:roadmap:xfce4-session [2012/03/06 13:48]
nick [Use Xfpm for power actions]
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 When the user it either not authorized or the service is not available (platforms that do not support upower and consolekit, like openBSD) Xfce4-session will fall-back to sudo. When the user it either not authorized or the service is not available (platforms that do not support upower and consolekit, like openBSD) Xfce4-session will fall-back to sudo.
  
-Completed: ​0% \\ +Completed: ​90% \\ 
-Assignee: ​Ali, Nick\\ +Assignee: Nick\\ 
-Difficulty: Moderate+Difficulty: Moderate\\ 
 +Code: [[http://​git.xfce.org/​xfce/​xfce4-session/​log/?​h=nick/​shutdown-cleanup|nick/​shutdown-cleanup]]
  
-===== Clean Session Button =====+===== [FINISHED] ​Clean Session Button =====
 It seems to be quite common people want to clear they entire session, so maybe we can add a simple button (with question dialog) to the settings dialog, and remove $XDG_CACHE_HOME/​sessions. It seems to be quite common people want to clear they entire session, so maybe we can add a simple button (with question dialog) to the settings dialog, and remove $XDG_CACHE_HOME/​sessions.
  
  
-Completed: ​0% \\ +Completed: ​100% \\ 
-Assignee: \\+Assignee: ​mr_pouit\\
 Difficulty: Easy\\ Difficulty: Easy\\
 Bugs: [[http://​bugzilla.xfce.org/​show_bug.cgi?​id=5730|5730]] Bugs: [[http://​bugzilla.xfce.org/​show_bug.cgi?​id=5730|5730]]