Leaf

GDM Themes

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I liked very much this great picture, posted by JaRaEeZ, so I made a GDM. Here's his wallpaper:

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/J1g?content=43281

PS: Tell me if something does not work well ,-)
Last changelog:

12 years ago

I fixed the log in bar, because before it was white with white letters and you could not see your username.

viridian

10 years ago

Beautiful theme. :) May I make a couple of suggestions, though? Consider (a) lining up the log-in field with the date, and (b) lining up Language, Sessions, etc with the above, or with something else. I use a 1440x900 widescreen and it looks a bit off floating in space like that.

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ezTol

10 years ago

Just had an idea: What about making the theme in a way that you could use every picture instead of the leave? A png with the grid effect and transparent areas plus another picture as background. I like the leave, but I like especially that grid effect.

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solarfields

10 years ago

so you want me to make some sort of a "template GDM theme" that anyone can change the background and always have the grid?

hehe, sounds interesting and i will play with it.. however the picture is not mine, so i should create the grid myself..

,-)

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lynxme

11 years ago

Yessss, it,s working. Many thanks.

in the meanwhile I'd installed other themes ... :-))

Ciao ;-)

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lynxme

11 years ago

Hi Solarfields, great theme.

It's my first experience with linux and Ubuntu, as well.

Could you give me some instruction to install this great theme, please?

If it's possible step by step....

Thank you in advance,

an hello from Italy.
Ciao

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solarfields

11 years ago

hi,

i am in front of a Debian Etch machine now, hope it's the same in UBUNTU:

Download the package ,-)

On your upper panel, in the left corner, click on the "Desktop" button, then "Administration", then "Login Window".

A new window will appear with preview thumbnails of different GDM themes. Just drag and drop the downloaded package to this window and the theme will be installed and will appear in the list (with a preview thumbnail). Then just make sure you select it, so it will be your new GDM.

Log out and it should be changed.

Ciao

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smth

11 years ago

great :) but when you enter wrong user/pass the text shows in the middle of the picture, can that be changed? :)

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solarfields

11 years ago

hi!

Thanks that you like it! Sure, I can change the position of text, although *I liked* it more to be in the center ,-) I will probably do next week, right now I am quite busy (an anxiously waiting for the new Dropline GNOME).

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smth

11 years ago

Well, it's ok anyway, I usually don't make mistakes when logging in, but it was just a thought :) I tried several other themes and they were all like that, so I guess that;s kinda common in the themes... :)

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JaRaEeZ

12 years ago

Nice & it works fine for me

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solarfields

12 years ago

thanks, good to know

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gelonek

12 years ago

color fonts (login, password)is white....need black color

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solarfields

12 years ago

i fixed it? do you still get it like this?

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12 years ago

I fixed the log in bar, because before it was white with white letters and you could not see your username.

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