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I use Manjaro 20, and have changed the display manager from LightDM to SDDM, out of that and installing normal applications, I haven't changed anything on the system.

For some reason xfce4-terminal runs at login, just a normal terminal, however looking on the graphical interface configurations -> session and startup doesn't seem like I put the terminal to start in there.

I checked on several posts and tried many thing like checking systemd, /etc/init.d, cron, and checked the "Autostarting" page from ArchWiki checked the .config/autostart, but the xfce4-terminal doesn't seem to be listed on any of them. Honestly this is not a big ideal, I can just kill the process, but I would like to know how to solve it mostly to learn. Thanks in advance.

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