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Gnome Lock Dialog Silver

   1.0  

GNOME Screensaver

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Gnome Lock Dialog Silver
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Downloads:  5703
Submitted:  Oct 12 2007

Description:

A modified Gnome Screensaver Lock Dialog.

Inspired by http://ubuntu-tutorials.com/2007/09/22/ubuntu-human-gnome-screensaver-lock-dialog-theme/

Installation:
1. Unpack files to /usr/share/gnome-screensaver/
2. Open gconf-editor and change the entry apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme to silver




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 gnome-conf key

 
 by Kaarsty on: Jan 29 2008
 
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I extracted the contents to this location, but when I went to edit this configuration the key did not exist. So I created a key of 'string' type and entered the name of the dialog but it does not take this. What do I need to do?

I love this dialog, but can't seem to get it to work.


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 Re: gnome-conf key

 
 by psicus78 on: Feb 1 2008
 
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Hi,
which distro are you using?


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 how to

 
 by FeIn on: Feb 6 2008
 
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how to change the current with the new one?
i already move all the files into the
/usr/share/gnome-screensaver/

but i cant file directory or file
/apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme

help me please..


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 Re: how to

 
 by karmelek on: Feb 9 2008
 
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I isn't a file. You should run gconf-editor (Press Alt+F2 and type gconf-editor) and there you can find this option


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 Option Greyed Out

 
 by alinon on: Feb 13 2008
 
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When I pull up the key lock_dialog_theme it either says "this key is not writable" or the option to change the "name" and "type" are greyed out.

Note: I've tried using terminal and typing sudo gconf-editor

And I've also tried hitting alt-F2 and typing gconf-editor. Either way there is no option to change this key for me.

Any thoughts?


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 Re: Option Greyed Out

 
 by Markr on: Jul 18 2008
 
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1.Go to terminal and type gksudo gconf-editor.
2.In gconf-editor Go to file,New Defaults Window and go in that window to apps,gnome screensaver and remove the key "lock_dialog_theme"
3. Go to file,New Mandatory Window and go in that window to /,apps,gnome screensaver and remove the key "lock_dialog_theme"
4.Go to file,New Settings Window and go in that window to /,apps,gnome screensaver and the key "lock_dialog_theme" is writable.

If that is not:
1 Restart gconf-editor
2 Repeat all steps and by step 3 go too to /,apps,gconf-editor and remove the key "recents"

Succes


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 i made it work

 
 by awshidahak on: Mar 6 2008
 
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when it says to put the contents into /usr/share/gnome-screensaver, it means that you must put the contents of the directory inside the archive into /usr/share/gnome-screensaver. then the gconf-edit will work.


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 Artwork

 
 by wperalta on: May 2 2008
 
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Lock dialog box works, however the images don't show up. What am I doing wrong?


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