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Dark-Minimal Lock Dialog

   1.2.1  

GNOME Screensaver

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Dark-Minimal Lock Dialog
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Minimum required   GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  2605
Submitted:  Jul 28 2009
Updated:  Oct 18 2009

Description:

A minimal and dark Lock Dialog inspired by the Simple GDM theme (http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/Simple?content=87562).

It requires the Murrine GTK Engine and the Droid Sans font (ttf-droid).

If you don't want to use Droid Sans, change the following in the 'lock-dialog-dark-minimal.gtkrc' file:

font_name = "Droid Sans 8"
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font_name = "Sans 8"

OR simply download the alternate gtkrc file.

To install, copy both files in the archive to /usr/share/gnome-screensaver/ and change the /apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme gconf setting to dark-minimal.

Requires gnome-screensaver 2.24 and above (Intrepid, Jaunty, and Karmic).


Edit: If you have gnome-screensaver 2.22, the alternate Glade file should work.




Changelog:

1.0 Initial release.
1.1 Fixed file permissions.
1.2 Fix faulty gtkrc theme (If the lock-dialog didn't display before, it should now).
1.2.1 Added Karmic (9.10) compatibility.




LicenseGPL
Ubuntu(Dark-Minimal Lock Dialog (Jaunty))
Ubuntu(Dark-Minimal Lock Dialog (Karmic))
(Glade file without span tags (Gnome 2.22 Compatibl)
(Gtkrc file without Droid Sans)
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 No gtkrc file?

 
 by devi710 on: Nov 9 2009
 
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I am running karmic, and I copied the two files without any problems, but I don't have a /apps/ folder at all. Should I make one and an gtkrc file?


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 Re: No gconf file?

 
 by devi710 on: Nov 9 2009
 
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I mean should i make the folders "/apps/gnome-screensaver/" and the file: lock_dialog_theme gconf ??


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 Re: Re: No gconf file?

 
 by stebalien on: Nov 9 2009
 
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Put the dark-minimal-lock-dialog.gtkrc and the dark-minimal-lock-dialog.ui files in the "/usr/share/gnome-screensaver/" folder.
Then run 'gconf-editor', drill down to "/apps/gnome-screensaver/" and change the 'lock_dialog_theme' key contents to 'dark-minimal'.


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 gconf-editor

 
 by devi710 on: Nov 9 2009
 
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Thanks! That's great, it works now. I didn't realize I needed to run 'gconf-editor' I was looking for a file.

I hope to find more Lock Dialogs that are compatible with Karmic. So far yours is the only one.


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