This is a script I wrote long time ago.It will load the last used status when Empathy restarts or when one of the accounts of the user comes online. This functionality was not available in Empathy at the time I wrote this script. Every time I restart Empathy, its chat status was reset to “Available”. But now it seems that the new Empathy versions has the capability to remember the last used chat status (whether it was “Available”, “Busy”, “Away”, or “Invisible”). But still Empathy cannot remember the chat status message that was used in the last time. This script adds all this functionality to Empathy.
How to use this:
(These guidelines are for Ubuntu 11.04 . But procedure will be lot common
in other Linux flavours too)
0) Get the code from https://github.com/ishanthilina/saveMyStatus
1).Create a folder named “.scripts” in the home directory. Copy this script to that folder.
2).Go to Startup Application Preferences (search for “startup” in dashboard).
4).Give any Name you like.
5).In Command, click on Browse and select your script from the file browser (which is in
6).Add a comment if you like.
Now the script will run from the next time you login to the computer. Have fun. And don’t forget to give me feedback 🙂