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FreeSansGrrl for KDM

   0.4  

KDM3 Theme

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FreeSansGrrl for KDM
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Link:  http://
Minimum required   KDE 4.x
Downloads:  3027
Submitted:  Mar 2 2008
Updated:  Sep 16 2008

Description:

A to KDM Convertation of the GDM FreeSansGrrl Theme by Giuseppe Pantanetti

http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/FreeSansGrrl?content=74476

I've changed the buttons from images to pure text. (because KDM didn't like them)




Changelog:

0.4 (16.09.2008):
- BUGFIX: Now (hopefully) installable through GHNS (GetHotNewStuff) in the KDM SystemSettings Dialog
- Removed GDM related content, because I'm unsure if it works and I do not want to post a half completed theme.

0.3.1 (1.05.2008):
- BUGFIX: scrambled screen on KDM startup

0.3 (2.03.2008):
- Changed the Login to make it work for KDM
0.2 (26.01.2008):
- Changed colors to match tango palette
- Some global rewrite of the code
- New pixmap images with FreeSans font and tango palette
check http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/FreeSansGrrl?content=74476

0.1 (29.11.2006):
- initial version from RastaGrrl by Simon Rei
check http://www.gnome-look.org/content/show.php/RastaGrrl+GDM?content=49382




LicenseGPL
(FreeSansGrrl KDM Theme)
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 error

 
 by koch on: Mar 23 2008
 
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Quote:
error: this theme doesn't support classic login ( with username and password).

translated from german.
no way to use it here, only the picture appears in kdm. looks very good but i can't use it.


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 not working

 
 by slackerz on: Aug 23 2008
 
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it says "cannot parse theme file /usr/share....."


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 Different

 
 by reviver on: Mar 27 2009
 
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This is actually different from the original gnome version of this theme, as well as different from the shown screenshots.

In the gnome version, you enter your username into a blank, press enter, and the blank is replaced by a blank to enter your password in.

This version shows two blanks from the get-go, one for username and one for password.


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 Re: Different

 
 by xam on: Mar 30 2009
 
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yes i know but at the time i created (better: converted) the theme i had no knowledge at all about how to capture a kdm login screen.

the reason why there are 2 text fields in this version, and the resaon i converted this theme is, that gdm themes are not compatible with kdm (not to the full extend). kdm does not support the login with only one field.


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