can't disable running custom command when new-tab opened in terminal

Asked by mbsami on 2012-11-08

I assigned "gnome-terminal → edit → profile preferences → title and command → run a custom command instead of my shell" to run "byobu" and it was working correctly. Then i removed that command and its check box and checked it also from "gconf-editor→ apps → gnome-terminal → profile → defaults" and i found it disabled. However, it is still working " it opens byobu whenever i hit <ctrl> <shift> <t> for a new tab ?!
Hint:
1- That is an old problem and i did a lot of distribution upgrades after that till now.
2- when i open terminal at firs time it opens correctly and that occurs only iff i try to open new tab <ctrl> <shift> <t> or open new window <ctrl> <shift> <n>.

How i can restore the original shell in all my tabs and all new windows ?

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2012-11-08
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2012-11-08
tweej (tweej) said : #1

Have you tried logging out and logging back in?

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