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BlueCurl - Ubuntu GDM Theme

   0.2  

GDM Theme

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BlueCurl - Ubuntu GDM Theme
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BlueCurl - Ubuntu GDM Theme
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BlueCurl - Ubuntu GDM Theme
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Downloads:  16085
Submitted:  Apr 25 2009
Updated:  Apr 27 2009

Description:

A simple GDM Theme for Ubuntu, based on Hardy's Default Welcome Theme 'Human', and KDE's wallpaper 'Blue Curl' by Nuno Pinheiro.

This theme is compatible with monitors up to 1600x1200 non-wide or 1920x1200 widescreen resolution.

Installation Instructions
  • Download the theme. Make sure to choose the appropriate version for your monitor (non-wide/wide).
  • Open System > Administration > Login Window or type "sudo gdmsetup" on terminal.
  • Open the tab "Local".
  • Drag & drop the downloaded file to the window or click the "Add" Button and select the file.
  • Select the theme in the list.
  • It is recommended to select a dark background color (option in the same tab).




  • Changelog:

    Version 0.1
    - First release

    Version 0.2
    - Changed color scheme in Login Box
    - Added bottom bar
    - Now warning texts are white
    - Now timer warning appears under and not into the Login Box







    LicenseGPL
    Ubuntu(BlueCurl GDM 0.2 )
    Ubuntu(BlueCurl GDM 0.2 - Widescreen)
    Ubuntu(BlueCurl GDM 0.1)
    Ubuntu(BlueCurl GDM 0.1 - Widescreen)
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     NIce GDM Themes...

     
     by send4m3 on: Apr 26 2009
     
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    Hi, nice GDM and I installed it in my computer.
    Please fix the box login and box password particularly because it seem not properly setup on dot to hidden password, thats why the dot seem not properly place on password box.

    In the login box it seem not properly put too... thats why the box seem not center and the login typing user not in the center of login box.

    Thanks


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     Re: NIce GDM Themes...

     
     by TheLostOne on: Apr 27 2009
     
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    Hi, thank you for your feedback!

    What do you mean with "the dot seem not properly place on password box"? Please try to explain better the problem you ecounter (a screenshot would help), I use the theme on Ubuntu 8.04 and 9.04 and have no problems at all with those dots.

    As for the login box, it's actually centered, as you can see in the screenshot.

    Are you using Timed Login option? Or some other non-default option? Let me know.


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     Re: NIce GDM Themes...

     
     by TheLostOne on: Apr 27 2009
     
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    Hi, thank you for your feedback!

    What do you mean with "the dot seem not properly place on password box"? Please try to explain better the problem you ecounter (a screenshot would help), I use the theme on Ubuntu 8.04 and 9.04 and have no problems at all with those dots.

    As for the login box, it's actually centered, as you can see in the screenshot.

    Are you using Timed Login option? Or some other non-default option? Let me know.


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     Re: Re: NIce GDM Themes...

     
     by send4m3 on: Apr 28 2009
     
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    Hi, thanks for the reply, and you make new GDM too.. and I like it.

    Hmmm what my problem is: when you type in a password, as a standard procedure Ubuntu will replace your password with *********** , and the password box seem not big enough.

    Thats why the ****** will cut a little bit in the bottom of it pixel.

    Can you make the **** center in the password box or make it bigger password box ?

    I hope you know what I mean..

    Thanks


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     esta padre

     
     by wall2 on: Jul 8 2009
     
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    muy bonito.... gracias... :P


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     Help

     
     by DKovacs on: Feb 28 2010
     
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    Hi

    I'm a proper n00b so could you tell me what happens if when i open system -> administration -> login screen, then it only apperars to change the login details and there are no other tabs. How can i solve it?

    The pictures look good anyway. Nice job. It would fit my theme.


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     Re: Help

     
     by TheLostOne on: Feb 28 2010
     
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    Unfortunately there's no way to change the theme in Ubuntu 9.10 Karmic Koala, because of the new GDM version not supporting theming.
    Hopefully the option will be back anytime soon.


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