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Re: The pretty Fedora screen saver password dialog gone?



On Thu, 2006-09-14 at 23:39 +1000, Steven Haigh wrote:
> Quoting Matthias Clasen <mclasen redhat com>:
> > On Thu, 2006-09-14 at 23:21 +1000, Steven Haigh wrote:
> >> I just installed FC5 on a PC and am in the middle of upgrading it to
> >> rawhide, and I noticed that this machine I'm on now doesn't have the
> >> pretty Fedora screensaver unlock/password dialog.
> >>
> >> Anyone know where this went or how it can be re-enabled?
> >>
> >> On my rawhide laptop, I only get a grey dialog box, not the one with
> >> the pretty Fedora teardrop thing. I've checked my theme and it is the
> >> "Clearlooks" one.....
> >
> > We disabled the connection between the lock dialog theme and the
> > selected screensaver, since it confused people. You can still get the
> > themed lock dialog back, by setting the
> > key /apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme to "system" in
> > gconf-editor.
> 
> Awesome thanks! Out of interest, what were people getting confused  
> over? Were they confusing it with something else? It seems pretty  
> straight forward to me, hence I actually thought something had broken ;)
> 

It was kind of unexpected to see the lock dialog appearance change with
the selected screensaver, probably aggravated by the fact that only one
of the screensavers (the bubbles one) actually had a themed dialog.

Matthias


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