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| colspan="3" align="center"| '''LXSession'''
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|image= LXSession Edit.png
| colspan="3" align="center"| [[Image:LXSession_Edit.png|250px]]
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|developer= LXDE Team
| style="width:30%" | '''Developer'''
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|version=
| LXDE Team
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|date= December 2, 2008
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|birth=
| '''Latest version'''
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|genre= Session Edit Manager
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|license= GNU General Public License
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|website= [http://lxde.org/ lxde.org]
| '''Release date and age'''
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| December 2, 2008
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'''LXSession Edit''' is the standard session edit manager used by LXDE. LXSession Lite suppports the autostart freedesktop.org specs. However, autostart spec is a term for developers and it’s meaningless for end users. Basically, it provides a way to automatically start some applications after login. Now this can (partially) be configured through a simple GUI - LXSession Edit.
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| '''Frequently updated'''
 
| yes
 
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| '''Programming language'''
 
| C
 
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| '''Platform'''
 
| Cross-platform, Unix-like
 
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| '''Status'''
 
| active
 
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| '''Genre'''
 
| Session Edit Manager
 
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| '''License'''
 
| GNU General Public License
 
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| '''Website'''
 
| [http://lxde.org lxde.org]
 
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¨LXSession Edit¨ is the standard session edit manager used by LXDE. LXSession Lite suppports the autostart freedesktop.org specs. However, autostart spec is a term for developers and it’s meaningless for end users. Basically, it provides a way to automatically start some applications after login. Now this can (partially) be configured through a simple GUI - LXSession Edit.
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It is possible to turn on some disabled applications in LXDE.
  
It is possible to turn on some disabled applications in LXDE.  
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Also, window manager used in LXDE can be changed with this tool, too (Only lxsession lite is supported, not the deprecated lxsession).
  
Also, window manager used in LXDE can be changed with this tool, too (Only lxsession lite is supported, not the deprecated lxsession).
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== External Links ==
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* [http://blog.lxde.org/?p=118 Blogpost by PCMan]
  
===External Links===
 
* Blogpost by PCMan http://blog.lxde.org/?p=118
 
  
 
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Revision as of 16:37, 3 May 2010

LXSession Edit.png
Developer LXDE Team
Latest version (from December 2, 2008)
Genre Session Edit Manager
License GNU General Public License
Website lxde.org

LXSession Edit is the standard session edit manager used by LXDE. LXSession Lite suppports the autostart freedesktop.org specs. However, autostart spec is a term for developers and it’s meaningless for end users. Basically, it provides a way to automatically start some applications after login. Now this can (partially) be configured through a simple GUI - LXSession Edit.

It is possible to turn on some disabled applications in LXDE.

Also, window manager used in LXDE can be changed with this tool, too (Only lxsession lite is supported, not the deprecated lxsession).

External Links