Description of problem:
After a fresh install from the "rawhide" tree, setting /apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme to "system" has no effect other than changing the dimensions of the dialog window and removing option "Leave a message ..".
Thus it looks like the themed dialog window is used but without the theme. Not only an appropriate "Constantine" themed logo is missing, but the present "Charge" themed one which is
is not being used. The actual unlock dialog window is simply grey.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Set /apps/gnome-screensaver/lock_dialog_theme to "system"
2. Lock screen.
3. Press some key.
Unthemed unlock dialog windows of reduced size pops up.
Themed unlock dialog windows pops up.
Used to work in F10. I am unsure about F11, but if it worked then the theme had not been adapted to the "Leonidas" system theme.
Reassigning this to gnome-screensaver... if fedora-logos needs a change to resolve this, lemme know (I'm on CC here).
The plan was to remove support for
It sounds like support got partially removed, but it still makes some changes.
So, themes will no longer exist for the lock dialog? Will the look of the default dialog be changed before the final version? The current look/feel of the dialog is very plain and unfinished.
No improvement for fedora-logos-12.0.3-2.fc12 but the size and number of buttons still depends on this gconf key. Reassigning to gnome-screensaver even though having a nice themed unlock dialog panel would be much better?
This bug appears to have been reported against 'rawhide' during the Fedora 12 development cycle.
Changing version to '12'.
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