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Settings's always opens "Main" page #1349

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m0n opened this Issue Dec 6, 2017 · 2 comments

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m0n commented Dec 6, 2017

ConEmu build: >=170910
OS version: Windows 10 LTSB x64

Settings always opens the "Main" page instead of the recently opened one.

v.170819 worked well.

Also would be nice (for bug-reporting purposes) to remember last opened page across open/close ConEmu =)

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m0n Dec 18, 2017

In ConEmu v.171217 last settings page now remembered, however not saved when You exit ConEmu. When I testing an issue, would be nice to remember last opened page after re-start ConEmu. Other than this situation it is not a problem.

Thank You for fixing all minor issues I came up with :)

m0n commented Dec 18, 2017

In ConEmu v.171217 last settings page now remembered, however not saved when You exit ConEmu. When I testing an issue, would be nice to remember last opened page after re-start ConEmu. Other than this situation it is not a problem.

Thank You for fixing all minor issues I came up with :)

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Maximus5 Dec 19, 2017

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I don't think remembering the page between sessions is required or useful.

If you need to open certain page easily, just setup hotkey for GuiMacro.

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Maximus5 commented Dec 19, 2017

I don't think remembering the page between sessions is required or useful.

If you need to open certain page easily, just setup hotkey for GuiMacro.

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