Description of problem:
the default images used other than for branding(ie theme-ing) are difficult to change or locate.This include login window image and password lock image.(which default to the same one, the "clouds" on 21 and the "paper" on 22)
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Steps to Reproduce:
N/A (You have to force lookup how to change this on the net, there is no option to change within the UI.Changing the login window image does not reflect changes on the password lock screen.)
You change one image but the other remains.
Changing this should be like changing a theme.Store maybe in /home/<user>/.themes ? Changing the login image should change the password lock screen image but it doesnt. The "clouds" remain.I wish to change the "clouds" to something else but I dont know what to change.Not sure anyone else does either.
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