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Jaunty Human-Face

   1.02  

GDM Theme

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Jaunty Human-Face
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  2275
Submitted:  May 22 2009
Updated:  Jun 10 2009

Description:

This is the original Ubuntu Jaunty Jackalope (9.04) GDM Login screen but with an added face browser (the way it should have been). Buttons, Colors, Art are all the original ones from the release.
Install:
1. Download.
2. System-> Administration-> Login Window.
3. Goto the "Local" tab at the top.
4. Make sure Theme is set to "Selected only".
5. Click "Add" button.
6. Select downloaded tar file and click "Install" button.
7. Click radio button for "Human Jaunty-Face".
8. Close.
Next time you login to Ubuntu, it'll look like it originally should have!

vote this 'good' please! :)




Changelog:

1.0 - added face browser.
1.01 - cleaned up xml file with better commenting. edited gtk so active list colour highlight is more readable on computers that are using a different theme than clearlooks.
1.02 - edited gtk a little more now that i've learned a little more about it. works better with all themes now. probably a final release unless anyone comments with a specific problem to fix.




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Ubuntu(Human Jaunty - Face)
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 No face browser?

 
 by varunrajan09 on: May 22 2009
 
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Hi, can you also post a version without face browser? thanks


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 Re: No face browser?

 
 by dah on: Jun 10 2009
 
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that comes with ubuntu 9.04 jaunty jackalope.


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 Default List Selection

 
 by fermulator on: May 29 2009
 
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Hey!

Is it possible to have a default user automatically selected?

Example. My system has two user accounts, "fermulator" and "guest". 97% of the time, I'm using my own system, so I'd like "fermulator" account automatically selected, and on boot, I need only enter my password. If a guest happens to want to use the system, no problem, they click guests.

Any idea if this is possible?


~Fermmy
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 Re: Default List Selection

 
 by fermulator on: May 29 2009
 
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perhaps the answer is not particular to this GDM theme, but more general: http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?p=7367929


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 Re: Default List Selection

 
 by dah on: May 30 2009
 
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as far as i know, this isnt possible with ubuntu's facebrowser. in any case this would be a setting in ubuntu and not in the gdm theme. hopefully they add this capability cuz i think it would be handy as well.


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 width of user list

 
 by fermulator on: Jun 20 2009
 
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Hey again,

How do suggest we resolve the problem where a user's "name" is too long?

Especially if there's a picture associated with the account, the name only shows about 10 characters, then is cut off. (doesn't look pretty)


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 Re: width of user list

 
 by dah on: Jun 26 2009
 
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hmm, im going on vacation tomorrow but i'll work on making the text field longer when i get back. thanks for the comment.


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 Re: width of user list

 
 by dah on: Jul 13 2009
 
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hmmm, i really can't figure out a way to make it work better. if anyone knows xml better please have a go at it.
sorry


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 Re: Re: width of user list

 
 by fermulator on: Jul 25 2009
 
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I wouldn't mind having a go at it. Can you please let me know how to download the source, and how to apply changes? (I've never done any dev on GDM before...)


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 Re: Re: Re: width of user list

 
 by dah on: Jul 25 2009
 
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yeah, np.
just dl the tar. extract. then you can edit it using HumanJaunty-Face.xml
i tried to comment the file as best i could. if you are confused what any lines are for just ask me.
once done, just re-tar the folder and install it as a gdm theme.
do not rename filenames within the folder without first editing the GdmGreeterTheme.desktop file which tells gdm what files to load. (wouldnt recommend doing that).
im totally self taught and have only made 2 gdm themes so im no expert.


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 Thanks!

 
 by ricojonah on: Jun 26 2009
 
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Thumbs up for doing this! I baffles me why the little bit of extra effort wasn't taken for Ubuntu 9.04 to have this included by default.


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 avatar images

 
 by daas88 on: Jul 3 2009
 
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how do you set an image for each user?
i want to put the juventus logo. i hate windows, but the option it's easy to find there.

sorry for my broken english, but i guess u'll understand^^


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 Re: avatar images

 
 by dah on: Jul 7 2009
 
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system menu...preferences...about me.
click on the picture square and pick your picture. standard size is 96x96 pixels. anything bigger than that will look weird.
just got back from vacation. will work on the text field length this week.


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