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Old 12-12-2001
Data oops! Style Manager

Solaris 2.6, using CDE:

agh. I accidentally set an ugly palette as my Home Session. The problem is, when I change the palette back to Default, I am informed that my change will be apparent in my next session. But when I log out and in, it's still the Ugly Palette. Doesn't matter if I set the Style Manager Startup as Resume Current Session or return to Home (since I accidentally set Home to Ugly). Is there a file I can modify to set the Home Session back to the Default palette?

Thanks,
kristy
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Old 12-14-2001
Just an Idea..

Ensure that you have set home session after you get the Default setting back.

Good Luck!
Smilie
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