Blue text on gray background hard to read
aldomann.designs at gmail.com
Fri Sep 6 23:43:10 UTC 2013
Oh, thanks. I suspect, then, that casper settings is one of those
automagically generated files (as a non-technical guy) that take advantage
of other packages config. For instance, grub uses the colour configurations
set in Plymouth. I'm quite sure this involves syslinux or plymouth, as they
are the only packages I have set to show that shiny blue text (#0087ED).
On 6 September 2013 23:30, Erick Brunzell <lbsolost at yahoo.com> wrote:
> On 09/06/2013 02:11 PM, Jeremy Bicha wrote:
> > On 6 September 2013 13:54, Alfredo Hernández <aldomann.designs at gmail.com>
> >> BTW, does anybody know where are Plymouth files located at the LiveUSB?
> >> mean, I can change syslinux and test it anytime I want, but I have no
> >> about how to do it with Plymouth (which, I believe, handles the text
> >> we are talking about).
> > Our plymouth themes are part of ubuntu-gnome-default-settings.
> > From https://launchpad.net/ubuntu/+source/ubuntu-gnome-default-settings/
> > Click on the most recent upload number (13.10.8)
> > Click i386
> > Click buildlog
> > Near the bottom of the build log is the list of files installed by the
> > Jeremy
> I suspect that these particular fonts (regardless of size or color) are
> part of 'casper'.
> Everything I see post-installation looks fine ............... so I think
> 'plymouth' is fine.
> But I have no idea how 'casper' plays with 'syslinux' .............. or
> 'ubiquity' :^(
> Just to be perfectly clear:
> I only see this issue using the live image, NOT an installed Ubuntu
> GNOME Saucy Beta 1!
> It does effect other things regarding 'casper' but booting the live
> image and choosing Check disc for defects is the easiest to reproduce.
> I notice comments about 'syslinux'. How does that play into 'casper'?
> Regardless we need not get our panties in a bunch. I think as long as we
> get this fixed by beta 2 we'll be fine. Otherwise the newest theming
> looks fine ;^)
> Alfredo has done a super great job so let's help him wherever possible
> without creating stress!!!
> PS: If I didn't make it clear enough I suspect this is related to 'casper'!
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