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Logout Dialog

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Logout Dialog
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Logout Dialog
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Depends on  KDE 4.x
Downloads:  981
Submitted:  Dec 26 2006
Updated:  Mar 8 2007

Description:

I wish the end session dialog and effect of the KDE before we shutdown the computer have the nice visualisation. Its only screenshot. Do you like it? lets konquer our desktop with KDE 4!




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 Enhanced Logoff

 
 by danielat on: Mar 9 2007
 
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Nice mockup.

I had some ideas regarding the Logout screen of the KDE - im not absoulutly sure, if they'll fit this thread, but i did not find a better suiting place...

My Idea: As far as I know, KDE is capable of storing different sets of Sessions (you see this feature eg. if you log of, and after logon again, all windows and apps are running on the same location again). I often needed following feature:

Sometimes ill have to log off but need all apps running after login again, but mostly I like it more, to shutdown and after next login the KDE comes up with my default session (one konq, one terminal, etc... all in on its default place).

So, maybe we could add a "Advanced>>" (or call it "Sessions>>") button which enlarges the logout screen. Than you would come to some options, like:
* Restore current session next time
* Save current session as default
* Save current session...
* Define session for next startup...

And maybe, if you eg hold down the "shift"-key while starting the KDE, youll get a selector, to choose the session which should start up.

Other ideas?

I would be thankfull for any feedback - and maybe some of the devs is reading this sometime... :)

tia
Daniel


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 Looks good

 
 by maharba on: Mar 24 2007
 
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This actually looks similar to what they've shown on dot.kde.

What I REALLY like, though, is how everything else goes grayscale and blurry.

This seems much better than just dimming the background.


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 NIce one

 
 by ksamvel on: Mar 24 2007
 
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Extremely nice design.


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 by MaSTeRMaMay on: Jun 2 2007
 
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Yeah, the best thing is blurry and grayscale background... but I think, the app should be redesigned, it doesn't look so great, and at this moment I haven't found something interesting for such dialog... All these dialogs are really banal, where is something new? only some buttons and nothing else...


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