Where does dtstyle store startup mode?

Where does dtstyle store startup mode?

Post by Hans-Peter Pohl » Tue, 15 Jul 1997 04:00:00

Does anyone know where the CDE Style Manager stores wether to use the
current or the home session at next login? I know that the sessions
themselves are in ~/.dt/sessions/, but didn't find any information
about determining which session to use.


| Hans-Peter Pohle                Department of Genome Analysis              |
|                                 Institute of Molecular Biotechnology       |



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Right now it looks like this.

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