[Artwork] Plymouth theme discussion

Alfredo Hernández aldomann.designs at gmail.com
Tue Aug 27 00:20:32 UTC 2013

Now that you comment it, it's the same colour that Grub uses. I will
investigate it further and fix it if possible.

Talking about the transition stuff. As I commented, it's only shown (in my
system) when I relog to the session. As I use a custom xml background that
changes with time, probably it shows the fallback wallpaper, which is the
GNOME stripe.

Thanks for the information, Tim.
On 27 Aug 2013 00:49, "Tim" <tim at feathertop.org> wrote:

>  Hi Alfredo,
> On 27/08/13 04:01, Alfredo Hernández wrote:
> Known issues:
>    - When you reboot your system a plain blue screen is shown, but I
>    believe this is a system-wide default colour (it actually doesn't depend on
>    your Plymouth theme).
>   You mean the grub screen that is loaded before plymouth starts? I seem
> to recall this was a side-effect of the plymouth text theme.
>    - If you close your session and log-in again, a GNOME stripe wallpaper
>    is shown for a while. I have no clue on this one, but again this does not
>    depend on Plymouth theme. Actually this may happen the very first time you
>    enter your session if you don't use automatic session login (which I use).
>   This is part of the seamless transition stuff, there is a cross-fade
> between plymouth and the system background image as gdm loads, on login
> there should be a cross-fade between system background and user background.
> Tim
>    -
> PS. If you don't want to test it, this is how the theme looks like:
>  On small screens: http://cl.ly/image/3v283I0U033I
> On normal screens: http://cl.ly/image/260l1V1H1g2l
>  Regards.
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