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I am using Ubuntu 12.10 + Unity with Gnome-Terminator as replacement for the default terminal and I have created a profile with a specific layout. When I restart terminator it doesn't look load my new profile (even when I select it from the popup menu).

This is the generated config file:


[global_config]
  title_hide_sizetext = True
  tab_position = hidden
  enabled_plugins = ,
[keybindings]
[profiles]
  [[default]]
    cursor_blink = False
  [[myconf]]
[layouts]
  [[default]]
    [[[child1]]]
      profile = default
      type = Terminal
      parent = window0
    [[[window0]]]
      type = Window
      parent = ""
  [[mylayout]]
    [[[child0]]]
      position = 1729:24
      type = Window
      order = 0
      parent = ""
      size = 1631, 1026
    [[[child1]]]
      position = 515
      type = VPaned
      order = 0
      parent = child0
    [[[child3]]]
      position = 817
      type = HPaned
      order = 1
      parent = child1
    [[[terminal2]]]
      profile = default
      command = cd mystuff/
      type = Terminal
      order = 0
      parent = child1
    [[[terminal5]]]
      profile = default
      command = ""
      type = Terminal
      order = 1
      parent = child3
    [[[terminal4]]]
      profile = default
      command = cd otherstuff/
      type = Terminal
      order = 0
      parent = child3
[plugins]

I even tried to start terminator with: terminator -l .config/terminator/config but without any luck :(

Is it an application's bug or I am missing something?

share|improve this question
    
Are you still having this problem? –  belacqua Jul 10 '13 at 21:11
    
yes, still same problems in ubuntu 13.04 –  Randomize Jul 11 '13 at 7:12
    
Try running terminator -d --layout=mylayout and see if the output helps. You can add the output to your question. Also check terminator --version . –  belacqua Jul 11 '13 at 21:39
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