autostart the "me menu" at log in

Asked by MathUHenry on 2011-02-17

I would like the "me menu" to automatically log in when I log into Ubuntu. Currently I have to open contacts before it will connect to my accounts. (I also use a gmail notifier in it and would like to be able to autostart that too.) Is there a script that will send this command? What is the program call for "me menu"? Thank you.

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Jason Odoom (jasonodoom) said : #1

Hello, to make this easy. Drag all the Apps you would like to autostart on the me menu. Then, open Systems<<< PREFERENCES<<< and hit STARTUP. This is where you can autostart and view the apps that also startup. Right click on one of the apps you dragged to the gnome panel. Right click properties. Click ADD in the system startup and copy everything from the properties into that, then hit Ok. You can repeat these steps for all the Apps you want to auto-connect on login.

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