How Calculator maintain it's previous state in Ubuntu?

Asked by Sushil on 2011-08-04

In Ubuntu if I run the Calculator application it open at location (say 0,0) and change
it's position to (50,50), and close that application. On next run calculator will open
at (50,50) at this time from where it load position information?

I check it for different user's. It's position is different for different user's.
so I conclude that this settings are user-Specific.

Can you tell me the location where should this setting are saved?
& how to see it.

Question information

Language:
English Edit question
Status:
Solved
For:
Ubuntu gnome-desktop Edit question
Assignee:
No assignee Edit question
Solved by:
Sushil
Solved:
2011-08-08
Last query:
2011-08-08
Last reply:
2011-08-05
Larry Jordan (larryjor) said : #1

      Found it. It's in .gconf/apps/gcalctool in user's home directory - file name is %gconf.xml. If you navigate to it with Places->Home Folder and so on (be sure 'Show Hidden Files' under the 'View' menu is checked) you can double-click it and it opens (for me at least) in Mozilla. Early in the file for mine it shows:

<entry name="yposition" mtime="1312541965" type="int" value="257"/>
<entry name="xposition" mtime="1312541965" type="int" value="278"/>

so it looks like it is setting it there.

Sushil (sushil-vichare511) said : #2

Thanks..........!