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Tommy Brunn Lule√≠¬•, Sweden
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

I couldn't reply to your message (Clemmy), but I'm using an Intel chip, so there are no closed source drivers for me to run. I have the high-color mode Plymoth (I have a desktop computer with an nvidia card, so I know what the low-color version looks like). - Jun 07 2010
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

That would make sense, as my wallpaper is 1440x900. If you could find out the maximum size for the Plymoth backgrounds, you could make a copy of the wallpaper and automatically resize it (keeping the aspect ratio). That would be awesome! - Jun 06 2010
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

Here's the output of me doing all the above:
http://paste.ubuntu.com/445642/ - Jun 06 2010
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

With 0.3 it works, kinda. I don't know if it's related to your script or not. When I shut down the computer I do see plymoth with the correct background. But when I start it up again, I only get a black screen until GDM. - Jun 06 2010
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

Tried it, and now it seems I don't get to see Plymoth at all. It's just black until GDM.

The GDM background, however, is correctly set.

The problem with the menu is, as would be expected, still present. - Jun 06 2010
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

This doesn't work all that well. When I installed it (but didn't run it), it changed my Plymoth background to a completely random wallpaper (not the one I was currently using). Now when I actually tried using it, it set the correct Plymoth background, but instead the GDM background was set to pure purple.

Also, every time I log out the application disappears from my menu, and the only way to get it back is to reinstall it. - Jun 04 2010
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

Is there any way to back up the old configuration, in case I decide I want to revert back? - Jun 04 2010
FineryThemes

GTK2 Themes by iperatoner 58 comments

Looks fantastic! Here's what I did in lieu of a ppa: I just cloned the git repository and made symbolic links to /usr/share/themes/, so whenever there's an update I can just cd into ~/workspace/finery-themes/ and do git pull to update. I could even set it as a cronjob or something if I wanted it to be completely automatic. - Jun 04 2010
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Various Gnome Stuff by clemmy 21 comments

Yup. Lets hope the author fixes it soon. - Jun 04 2010
Dropbox Ubuntu Mono Dark icons

Icon Sub-Sets by nevon 15 comments

Upon restarting it turns out I did have the same problem. Following the instructions you linked to (with some minor differences, since I'm not running the one from the repos) solved the problem. - May 09 2010
Dropbox Ubuntu Mono Dark icons

Icon Sub-Sets by nevon 15 comments

Tried it now, and I didn't have a problem. Maybe it's because I uninstalled the old version of Dropbox. - May 09 2010
Dropbox Ubuntu Mono Dark icons

Icon Sub-Sets by nevon 15 comments

Huh. That's odd. I never had any problems with just replacing the icons and restarting dropbox. - May 09 2010
Dropbox Ubuntu Mono Dark icons

Icon Sub-Sets by nevon 15 comments

That's probably because you didn't overwrite the original ones. If you go into ~/dropbox-dist/icons you'll see that the original ones are still there, and the new ones are called idle(1).png and such.

Either delete all the icons in the folder and re-extract the new ones into it, or rename the icons so that the new ones are just called idle.png, busy.png, x.png etc. - May 09 2010
Facebook smiley theme

Icon Sub-Sets by nevon 2 comments

In that shot I was using Dust Sand with the Glow metacity window decoration. - Feb 01 2010
MurrinaSunshine

GTK2 Themes by Pakos 12 comments

Then how did you get them to be so big? And how did you get them to be in the bottom-left/middle? - Dec 03 2007
MurrinaSunshine

GTK2 Themes by Pakos 12 comments

How did you get the funky icons in the screenshots? I downloaded PantherII, an although sexy, they don't quite look like these ones. The "specialized" icons like the music folder don't look like that. Are those emblems? When I add emblems, they look insanely tiny and curl up in the top-right corner.
Using Ubuntu Gutsy Gibbon 7.10 - Dec 02 2007