I have these situations often, especially with the following applications:
sometimes, I have opened several tabs each of which opened a different directory. But Nautilus sometimes crashes, perhaps because it is running too long or there are too many tabs it can handle? I was wondering if it is possible to memorize what directories are open in Nautilus before it exits unexpectedly and when I feel this is desired, just like what the session manager in Firefox does?
For document viewers, such as evince Document Viewer 2.32.0 and DjVuLibre DjView 4.5:
I was also wondering if it is possible to memorize what files are open currently, before I have to reboot my OS but don't want to lose track of what I am now reading?
- Similar question for gedit.
If there are/will be some solutions, are they application-specific, or in some cases can they be made application independent?
My OS is Ubuntu 10.10
Thanks and regards!