Startup Applications
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Freddy1X
deepin
2013-06-26 11:47
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Is there any ways that we can change or add any application to startup app list?
I can't find any settings that can apply it..any help will greatly be appreciated..thanks.. :?:
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timmeh
deepin
2016-12-01 15:09
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Edited by timmeh at 2016-12-1 23:26

Hello Forum, My first post. Three.5 yrs have passed. I look sys settings > default applications.
Browser: TickMark, ChromeIcon, 'Web Browser'
What do now?
Also:
Software: Do Nothing or Open Folder
Can only tickMark one or the other.
What do now?
By the way... I applaud your system design - well done
edit:
this thread shows possible answers to try...
https://bbs.deepin.org/post/130863#startup%2Bapplication



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stevex
deepin
2016-12-02 02:52
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dance707 Post time 2016-3-19 04:19:42 | Show the author posts only
In your rocket launcher menu of applications you can right click the application icon and click Add to startup(A) or Remove from startup(R)
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pedrolake
deepin
2016-12-04 14:47
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Run this:

sudo sed -i "s/NoDisplay=true/NoDisplay=false/g" /etc/xdg/autostart/*.desktop

For edit

sudo gedit /etc/xdg/autostart/*.desktop

For remove the program in system starts locate the line with 'Exec=' and add before that the character '#' . It will not be started. Never mess with gnome-passwords services and desktop base, but you can remove the print app, vmware user, and others
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snyh1010
deepin
2013-06-26 12:00
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deepin-system-settings's default applications  can set this.
and the launcher will be add this feature in next version
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Freddy1X
deepin
2013-06-26 12:54
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deepin-system-settings's default applications  can set this.
and the launcher will be add this feature in next version

Thank you very much! I don't even know that settings have it on the first place!
This words have to be spread..once again thank you!
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Cybernetic1
deepin
2022-07-28 11:24
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snyh1010
deepin-system-settings's default applications  can set this.
and the launcher will be add this feature in next version

I do not see where the "default applications" can let me specify an autostart program.
I only see options like "browser", "editor", "terminal", ....etc. 😥

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