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Re: [desktop] Real users experience.

On Fri, Oct 25, 2002 at 06:40:04PM -0400, Colin Walters wrote:
> On Fri, 2002-10-25 at 11:04, Jesus Climent wrote:
> > Unified login. Since it was a common computer they tend to leave the
> > session open. I set different account for each of them, but they left
> > them open (rushing for the bus/other reasons) and when other user came
> > and could not find the bookmarks he/she left, they were puzzled.
> What do you mean by "Unified login"?

Some kind of default user account which you can define to log in
automatically without having to put the passwd. Of course we should not
loose possibility of setting a "Log in as a different user" and get a
log in *dm for users as root or others, which should only be shown if
that option is selected. If not, the login should proceed again and
enter in the default users.

These are my thoughts, not a users feedback.

I will proceed to do some more real-user tests, to see how they answer.


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