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dEnDrOn
7th July 2011, 01:23 PM
i'm running fedora 15 GNOME 3.
I recently changed its login screen but now i find login box making it look ugly.
Please guide me how to change login box ?

dEnDrOn
9th July 2011, 09:04 AM
i downloaded themes from http://gnome-look.org/ & http://art.gnome.org/themes
But i can't figure out how to install them !
I'm running fedora 15,GNOME 3

Dan
15th July 2011, 06:04 PM
Threads merged.

dEnDrOn: Please stick to just this thread for this issue. You also have posts in several other threads on this. Please limit yourself to this thread with this issue unless you get a direct response in the others.

Regarding your PM: I do not personally know how to do what you wish to do. It has not been an issue I have needed to address, so I have not researched it. That being said, I have seen others asking, so there may already be an answer in the forums. Try searching (again).

Beyond that, as Gnome 3 is very extensible via javascript and CSS, perhaps it may be possible to dig into the code, and find a method there.

DBelton
16th July 2011, 02:16 PM
As for the themes, if you download from those sites, make sure you download GTK3.x themes for Gnome on F15.
There is a gnome extension that allows you to switch themes.

extensions available in the fedora repo:


gnome-shell-extension-pidgin.x86_64 : The components necessary to integrate
: Pidgin with GNOME Shell
gnome-shell-extension-theme-selector.noarch : Gnome shell user theme selector
gnome-shell-extensions-alternate-tab.noarch : Classic Alt+Tab behavior. Window
: based instead of app based
gnome-shell-extensions-alternative-status-menu.noarch : For those who want a
...: power off item visible at all the time
gnome-shell-extensions-auto-move-windows.noarch : Assign specific workspaces to
: applications
gnome-shell-extensions-dock.noarch : Shows a dock-style task switcher
: permanently
gnome-shell-extensions-drive-menu.noarch : Disk device manager in the system
: status area
gnome-shell-extensions-native-window-placement.noarch : Arrange windows in
...: overview in a more native way
gnome-shell-extensions-places-menu.noarch : Places menu indicator in the system
: status area
gnome-shell-extensions-user-theme.noarch : Lets the user select a custom theme
: for the shell
gnome-shell-extensions-windowsNavigator.noarch : Keyboard selection of windows
: and work-spaces in overlay mode


(bold items are the extensions for using different themes)