Overview I've been playing around with Manjaro XFCE recently, despite being a hard-core KDE fan (and I still am!). While I was prepared to accept that XFCE wasn't going to be entirely as pretty as KDE, the default login theme looks a little too boring for my eyes. It didn't take long to find that there is a Manjaro webkit theme in the repositories, the problem is that the dominant colour is white, and not the Manjaro grey.
So I spent today fiddling with the theme's CSS file to recolour everything to make it more suitable for Manjaro. Then I figured since I spent so long on it, and it was a feature request in this, I would release my work to the public. I hope you enjoy! Installation Instructions WARNING: Installing lightdm themes could break your display manager and leave you with a TTY terminal. If you are not confident that you could recover from this situation, please don't try to install this theme.
• Install the lightdm-webkit2-greeter-manjaro-dark package using your package manager of choice. Sudo pacman -S lightdm-webkit2-greeter-manjaro-dark Note: At the moment the package can only be found in the unstable repositories, so if you are on the stable branch, give it some time. • Make a backup of your /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf. Libro Aprendiz De Detective Un Robo Muy Costoso Pdf more. Sudo cp /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf.old • Edit your /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf file to use the lightdm-webkit-greeter (if you already use a webkit greeter skip this step). Sudo nano /etc/lightdm/lightdm.conf You want to uncomment and change the line: greeter-session=lightdm-webkit2-greeter However I noticed in my file there was more than one line with 'greeter-session', so do the one which is near the desktop environment you use.
LightDM GTK+ Greeter Settings is a small GUI written in Python which lets you modify various LightDM GTK+ Greeter settings, such as the theme, font, background. Lightdm arch-linux theme material-design material-ui login-system. Arch Linux users can find it in the AUR: lightdm-webkit-theme-material-git. There are a couple of methods you can use to set your user picture in LightDM.
Use the image below as a guide to what line to edit. • Reboot, and hopefully the new theme will appear. Known Issues • The error message which pops up when you type in your password wrong, is blank. This looks like it will probably take more than playing with CSS to fix.
(It's broken in the original package as well) Bug squashed - at least for my language - • I can't work out how to change the cursor for the webkit themes. Just edit your /usr/share/icons/default/index.theme to use your cursor of choice. (For example set it equal to 'Maia-Cursor' if you want to use the default Manjaro cursor. Download lightdm-webkit2-manjaro-dark - A dark lightdm webkit theme with Manjaro Linux branding. Just wanted to try the thing but to be honest, I find these packages a bit confusing. Could you please clarify which of these are actually themes and which ones the actual greeter(s)?
Eugen-b: Isn't theme and greeter the same in lightdm? I don't think so. When I go to lightdm-gtk-greeter-settings I can choose a variety of gtk themes there, but not for example lightdm-webkit2-greeter-manjaro-dark. For that one I think I will need to install the actual greeter first, which I think will be lightdm-webkit-greeter (or is it lightdm-webkit2-greeter-manjaro? Or is that just another theme for lightdm-webkit-greeter? Those are my questions ) If that's the case, I think lightdm-webkit2-greeter-manjaro-dark (and likely lightdm-webkit2-greeter-manjaro also) should depend on lightdm-webkit-greeter because they will not work without it, I think.
Download Fab 3000 V6 Keygen Download more. I was thinking the same about lightdm-gtk-greeter-settings. But maybe it is a greeter done right and all the others are just making first steps. There is no lightdm-webkit2-greeter-settings program, yet. Therefore themes are gettting packaged as greeters for ease of installation.
The package works great! There is just one minor fix it needs.