I used to be able to have a script in ~/Documents/scripts/autostart.sh, that’s run from a Desktop file in ~/.config/autostart/startup.desktop, and then add that Desktop entry in the Startup Apps of the Gnome Tweaks app.
now, I can’t find my Desktop entry in the Startup Apps of the Gnome Tweaks app, and I also can’t run gnome-session-properties. Since this new issue I changed computers and I’m now on Gnome 40 and Wayland. The previous computer was set up with Gnome 3.36 I think, was updated to Gnome 40 later, and was using Xorg
I added a question mark, I’m asking how to do something. It’s true that English is weird like that, where intonation only drives the meaning of a question.
“How do I” sounds super weird though, it puts the focus on me, nobody cares about me, what’s important is the thing I want to do and that maybe others might want to do to. Especially if they later search for something similar, they’ll probably search for something like “how to do X” rather than “how do I do X” or “how does one do X”
So it’s a question, and when it’s solved it becomes a tutorial. Also, wouldn’t a tutorial have a better place in another category than Support ? I’m not sure if it’s even ambiguous. If it’s really an actual issue that people misunderstand questions as tutorials, it would seem better to have a flair, or just title the question as “Question: How to … ?”