striped! KDM theme

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13 years ago

Added white version.

KDE-Look-Mikka

13 years ago

hi,

thx for this very beautiful kdm theme. i love it!!! can you tell me how i can change user and password input box? the input box for my username is to short :(

mikka

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kerijan2003

13 years ago

Hi. Your theme is my current favourite. I really like it alot (clean, simple, etc.). I was wondering, though, how does one change the user's default session type?

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meisster

13 years ago

as usual, there are session and system buttons:)
i made screenshots of VNC session - that's why you can't see them.

thanks for your support:D

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The-Q

13 years ago

how about creating a style based on that?

superb work.

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meisster

13 years ago

thank you!

I was considering making some window decoration, but first I must learn how to do it:).
I'll will make a striped wallpaper, so visit my account soon :)

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amr2205

13 years ago

I was using Xnest to get a nested Xwindow session. Check this post to configure Xnest and get a KDM login window

http://ubuntuforums.org/showthread.php?t=140268

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meisster

13 years ago

ok, thank you.
i'll try this as soon as my suse will be fixed.

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13 years ago

Added white version.

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