we've been discussing the idea of changing the default GTK+/Metacity
theme in F12. Nodoka has been the default for a while, and it seems to
undergo a major rework now ( http://mso-chronicles.blogspot.com/ ).
We don't want to do a radical visual change, though. The idea is to go
back to the upstream default, Clearlooks.
Let me know what you think.
I'd like to make this change for the alpha.
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I am Onkar . I have recently completed my graduation in IT. I would like to
help in coding for fedora.
I am RHCE can some one sent me list of applications in which i can help.
Please note that I have never done kernel programming, but I know C,Java,C++
Thanks & regrads,
----- "Matthias Clasen" <mclasen(a)redhat.com> wrote:
> On Fri, 2009-07-31 at 15:35 -0400, Bill Nottingham wrote:
> > Matthias Clasen (mclasen(a)redhat.com) said:
> > > Hey all,
> > >
> > > we've been discussing the idea of changing the default
> > > theme in F12. Nodoka has been the default for a while, and it
> seems to
> > > undergo a major rework now ( http://mso-chronicles.blogspot.com/
> > >
> > > We don't want to do a radical visual change, though. The idea is
> to go
> > > back to the upstream default, Clearlooks.
> > Well, that would still be a visual change. Given that he's
> > nodoka from scratch, that would leave the options as being either:
> > - go to clearlooks
> > - stay with the old nodoka version
> > ?
> I see that I should have phrased this better...
> What I meant to covey is: we _do_ want some visual change, e.g. get
> of some small annoyances in the current default theme, such as the
> dotted lines in treeviews.
> But as far as change goes, it is probably fine to keep it subtle
> going to Clearlooks) and not radical, like Lennart proposes (pick a
> default theme).
> > Also, would we be changing the icon set?
> I don't think think we have readily available options here.
> is popular and has a nice blue variant, but it is not packaged for
> Fedora atm.
Filled review request: https://bugzilla.redhat.com/show_bug.cgi?id=515280
Feel free to do the review.
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I got this bug assigned to the gnome-build package and I am quite sure
that it has got nothing to do with disabling of touchpads. To which
package should I reassign this one? Or should I just close it?
One reason that life is complex is that it has a real part and an
-- Andrew Koenig
Over the last few days, I have make made some changes with the goal of
improving the menus of the desktop spin. Most of this was done by
splitting packages or just excluding packages.
I am not going to list all the changes in detail here, but I wanted to
mention one change: the System menu in F11 has 3 (!) 'About' menuitems,
one of which opens the same program as the 'Help' item right above it.
This has been reduced to just 'Help' and 'About this computer'. 'About
Fedora' is not lost, it shows up as the first document when you open