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NSA Lock Screen (Ubuntu 10.04)

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NSA Lock Screen (Ubuntu 10.04)
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Minimum required   GTK 2.x
Downloads:  4813
Submitted:  May 20 2010

Description:

I simply updated the original nsa theme submitted by alex57373203 found here: http://gnome-look.org/content/show.php/NSA++GNOME+Lock+Screen?content=89014&PHPSESSID=a43b9491298256ea5a779efce89ac81b

Updated for Ubuntu 10.04.

Installation:

1. Unpack files to /usr/share/gnome-screensaver/
*folder: nsa-images
*files: lock-dialog-nsa.ui lock-dialog-nsa.gtkrc

2. Open gconf-editor (Alt+F2, type \'gconf-editor\' and press enter)
change the entry apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme from \'default\' to \'nsa\'

3. Enjoy!

You can change your current user image by going to System > Preference > About Me and click on the button beside your name.




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 nsa-lock

 
 by BlakAck on: May 20 2010
 
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Works perfectly on Ubuntu 9.10
Great download!


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 Installed, but no NSA - Ideas?

 
 by drankinatty on: May 21 2010
 
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I like the images included and can't wait to see it, but when I lock the screen, nothing appears. I am using Gnome 2.2.

Just as suggested, the files were installed in /usr/share/gnome-screensaver:

[17:03 alchemy:/etc/zypp/repos.d] # ls -1 /usr/share/gnome-screensaver/
nsa-images
example.png
gnome-screensaver-preferences.glade
lock-dialog-default.glade
lock-dialog-nsa.gtkrc
lock-dialog-nsa.ui
README

gconf-editor is set, key:

/apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme = nsa

Any ideas?



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 Re: Installed, but no NSA - Ideas?

 
 by etalyc on: May 25 2010
 
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my version of gnome and gnome-screensaver is 2.30.0. The older version uses the .glade file so you can probably use the old version of this theme. The version that is compatable with this theme uses .ui files so it will only work if your default theme uses a .ui file instead of .glade.


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 Re: Re: Installed, but no NSA - Ideas?

 
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Thanks, the old version works great!


David C. Rankin, J.D., P.E.
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 blank

 
 by dre1187 on: May 25 2010
 
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schweetttt theme :)


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 Question: Converting old theme

 
 by I-bot on: Jun 1 2010
 
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How did you go about converting the old theme to be compatible with the newer .ui extension. I've attempted the command gtk-builder-convert in order to generate .ui files from old glade theme, but I still get nothing the during the dialog box implementation. Did you have to modify something in the .glade file before converting? Many thanks.


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 Re: Question: Converting old theme

 
 by etalyc on: Jun 2 2010
 
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useing gtk-builder-convert is a good way to start. From there the most important thing is the hierarchy and name of widgets. I used the default .ui file that comes with 10.04 as a guide.

Most importantly the top level window must be called lock-dialog and be of type GtkFrame. The frame must contain a widget named lock-box (usually a vbox). Form here you can tweak the theme using glade.

Also, for gtkrc compatibility you have to manually add <property name="widget_name"> tags with the widgets ID for theme settings that apply to specific widgets and not entire classes.


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 cool !

 
 by ceroberoz on: Aug 20 2010
 
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what a nice screensaver, i will use it as my Lucid screensaver :D


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 unpack issues

 
 by darkhead on: Oct 15 2010
 
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good day,

im just new in ubuntu and my distro is lucid lynx 32bit. please kindly help me how to unpack this two files through terminal.i tried to installed/extracted it but i failed.

thanx in advance..!!


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