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I want to know where does gnome-do store its information.
(configuration and history info).
In ubuntu the configs are by default in this folder
~/.[programname] (~/.do or ~/.gnome-do)
and maybe the history too (or is specified in the config)
edit: If you do not see files starting with a dot (hidden files/directories), you kann press
CTRL + H
Do stores it's state in a couple of places:
~/.local/share/gnome-do is where it stores its persistent state - the items you frequently use, and any locally-installed plugins.
It stores confguration in gconf, under the /apps/gnome-do namespace. You can fiddle around here using gconf-editor.
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