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Avio-GDM

   0.9.2  

GDM Theme

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Link:  http://
Depends on  GNOME 2.x
Downloads:  253819
Submitted:  Apr 4 2006
Updated:  Jul 22 2007

Description:

A hopefully good looking theme for GDM Greeter. Suitable for any resolution from 640x480 to 1600x1200. Should also be useable with widescreen displays.

The first picture shows the new version 0.9.2, the second is the older version 0.5. Plz tell me if you dont like the new version and of course why you dont like it :P

The background image is from Franziska Frannerts and you can download it from this location: http://kde-look.org/content/show.php/stOrmgreen?content=35826

The third picture is from the experimental Avio-Sunshine-GDM, that features a lens flare effect. You should use at least a resolution of 1024x768 or it won't look good. I marked it as experimental, but it should be very usable, since it depends on the 0.9.2 version of the default theme.

Howto install it under Gnome (Ubuntu):

1. Download this theme (currently 0.9)
2. Open the "gdmsetup", also called "Login Window Preferences"
3. Open the tab "Local"
4. Use the "Add" Button and select the downloaded file.
5. Make sure you select the "Avio-GDM" in the List.
6. Close dialog and logout to see it.

Howto change the background image

1. Download the current version of this theme (0.9.2).
2. Extract it with the compression tool of your choice.
3. Navigate into the extracted folder and replace the "background.jpg" with the image of your choice.
4. Put it into a ".tar.gz" Archive again and you should have a theme with your own background. (plz don't change the directory structure)




Changelog:

version 0.9.2 released:
- cursor is initialy no longer over a button, which could cause unwanted/unexpected behavior
- fontsize of the username/password field slightly reduced
- license text of GPL added

version 0.9.1 released:
- button prelight style changed
- PAM error message no longer exceedes window area.
- a little bit more transparent

version 0.9 released:
- new more fresh design (hope you like it)
- fixes some bugs (not all buttons correctly visible, userlist to large, ...)




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(Avio-GDM version 0.9.2)
(Avio-GDM version 0.9.1)
(Avio-GDM version 0.9)
(Avio-GDM version 0.5 (old version))
(Avio-Sunshine-GDM version 0.7 (experimental style))
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 Amazing

 
 by gdaddy23 on: Aug 28 2008
 
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Wow this is just bea U teful. Thanks again for the great work.


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 AMAZING

 
 by toneplex on: Nov 4 2008
 
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Excellent work. This is amazing. Have you ever thought of expanding this to a full gnome theme?


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 Perfect

 
 by alpha2008 on: Dec 24 2008
 
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wowo,it is really perfect!


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 did a minimalist version of it

 
 by nitrofurano on: Dec 31 2008
 
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http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php?content=96170 may look as a rip-off, but when you try to find minimalist themes, and found none, and found your theme structure as excellent, i couldn't avoid to make a minimalist version of your theme - thanks sharing! =)


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 gdm screenshots

 
 by nitrofurano on: Dec 31 2008
 
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how can we take screenshots from a GDM screen, without having to draw a mockup or installing into an emulator?


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 Re: gdm screenshots

 
 by tobain on: Jan 2 2009
 
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Many distributions have the packets "xnest" and "gdmthemetest" (a script, mostly already installed or bundled with xnest) inside their repositories. You only need to start it with an example like this:

#!/bin/bash
export XNESTSIZE=1024x768
gdmthemetester console Avio-Side-GDM

Note: Avio-Side-GDM is the name of the folder in wich the theme files are installed. "console" is the mode in which the theme is startet in. The manpage may be helpfull for other modes.

then you can simple start the theme inside your desktop and take a simple screenshot.


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 thanks, but...

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jan 2 2009
 
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thanks, but i got an error message - from both terminal window and tty display:

guest@macbook:~$ export XNESTSIZE=1024x768
guest@macbook:~$ gdmthemetester console MinimalAsRarelly
GDM Theme Tester
Be sure to test all the environments:
console, console-timed, flexi, remote-flexi, xdmcp
Also be sure to test using caps lock
(gdmgreeter:19986): Gdk-WARNING **: cannot open display:
guest@macbook:~$

which way you're used to do it successfully? i really don't know what i'm doing wrong...

thanks! =)


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 Re: Re: gdm screenshots

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jan 3 2009
 
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should i export the display variable as well, and how?


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 Re: Re: Re: gdm screenshots

 
 by tobain on: Jan 4 2009
 
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I started it within the gnome-termial and i didn't need to define any display variable.

PS: Maybe you should use your normal user. "guest" is a little suspicious...


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 Re: Re: Re: Re: gdm screenshot

 
 by nitrofurano on: Jan 5 2009
 
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tried again, and no results (as the terminal) - and guest is indeed my usual login... (i think it's the only login i created, when freshinstalling Ubuntu)


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 Very nice!

 
 by pfeoora on: Jan 15 2009
 
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I really like the experimental version! I have one question though: Does the user list stay in the right place regardless of what display resolution is being used (16:9, 16:10 4:3 etc.)? And if yes, what kind of anchor or other setting did you use to manage that? Can't check it myself right now since I'm using another OS...
Thanks! :-)


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 Re: Very nice!

 
 by tobain on: Jan 17 2009
 
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The "inner" Window has always the same size and is centered on screen while the background is stretched. So the layout inside the window will always look like on this screenshots. In the experimental version the lensflair effect might be off, thats why it is experimental. ;-)


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