Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 468899
no theme background during encrypted partition password dialog
Last modified: 2009-12-18 01:40:58 EST
When plymouth starts I get a cool themed background where stuff moves and I'm in awe just watching my computer boot. When it asks me the password for my encrypted /home directory (my / is NOT encrypted) the background goes solid blue and is quite boring.
I want the background to stay consistent and awesome!
Glad you enjoyed it. I deliberately left the password entry un-themed as I was afraid of bug reports from colour-blind, partially sighted and people who did not want fancy graphics getting in the way of functionality. If the consensus is that it would be a good thing then it would be trivial to replace the call to gradient shade with a draw image.
Committed and now looks like this:
black text looks bad on it though
(for e.g. "/home is password protected")
I'll see if I can do a black-on-white beveled look for the text so that it shows up on all backgrounds.
i built this with the aforementioned change in comment 3 and requested it get pulled in by rel-eng
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