[tomboy-list] Bring a note on startup

Pedro pedro100 at gmail.com
Sun Sep 14 05:27:36 PDT 2008

Dummy me. I didn't even check command line options. There's absolutely
no need to use a script.
I am aware that tomboy keeps the notes open from session to session,
but that's not the behavior I want.

BTW, here's another suggestion: a command line option to create notes
and set their content through command line without opening them can be
very usefull.

On Sun, Sep 14, 2008 at 12:39 PM, Stefan Schweizer
<steve.schweizer at gmail.com> wrote:
> I forgot... You probably already have tomboy in your startup programs.
> You could also modify the existing entry to 'tomboy --open-note ToDo' if
> you always want to open your ToDo note when you login.
> On Sun, 2008-09-14 at 04:29 +0200, Pedro wrote:
>> Hey there. No offense for tasquee, but tomboy is all i need for task listing.
>> Now, I want to bring up a note every time my gnome session starts up,
>> ToDo for example. Now that's easy, I wrote a little script that does
>> just that.
>> Now where can I hook up that script so the note comes up every start up?
>> Ok, not really a tomboy specific question...
>> Thank you
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