I'll join myself to that request! This is particularly useful, since some applications don't play nice if not slightly delayed. It's also very useful if we which for some application to be executed only after another.
In the meantime, in case you don't know how, you can do this yourself. The way I have it setup myself is a script that launches those applications and then I simply call the script from the Startup Applications program.
The script goes like this and I believe you can follow it with your own entries. The
sleep commands are what controls the delay.
# 5s, tilda, artha
# 15s, conky
conky -dc "/home/marfig/.conky/time"
conky -dc "/home/marfig/.conky/sys"
conky -dc "/home/marfig/.conky/mpd"
(Strictly speaking, artha doesn't require a delay. Tilda does require a delay on my machine when using transparency with the Marco (Software) window manager. And Conky also definitely only behaves nicely if its startup is delayed.)
I name this script
startup and place it on my home folder bin, at
Then I just add a new entry to the Startup Applications: