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The Way that KDM should look

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KDE Improvement

Score 68%
The Way that KDM should look
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The Way that KDM should look
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Link:  http://
Downloads:  29227
Submitted:  Nov 24 2003
Updated:  Mar 21 2004

Description:

============WARNING!============
It's only idea-don't ask me how to get kdm look like this from screenshots. For today it's impossible to make kdm look like this.
You want this kdm look? Vote for it on:
http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=78155
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Hi guys! I decided too show to all world "the way that KDM should look". I think that KDM is today the worst login manager from all Desktop Environments. Look at GDM-beautiful!!, Windows login manager-very nice. And KDM? Sorry, but so great desktop environment as KDE should have better login manager. So KDE developers-please write better login manager. I'm not a programmist yet, but I can help with design and in projecting config file if someone will decide to do it.
Ps.1.There's nothing to download-only screenshots
Ps.2. Sorry for my bad english




Changelog:

-added to wishlist on bugs.kde.org
(http://bugs.kde.org/show_bug.cgi?id=78155)



License:
No license because it's only idea.

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 Multiple Logons

 
 by Wi1d on: Mar 22 2004
 
Score 50%

I wouldn't mind multiple logon capability built into KDM kind of like w/ XP (eek :x) where one user doesn't have to log off for another to log on. While I can always use "xinit -- :1" and "ctrl+alt+F*" for multiple sessions, I relize this is not user friendly for my wife and often I get to see she has logged of my name killing all my important apps/webbrowser so she can play Shisen-Sho on her name.


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 Re: Multiple Logons

 
 by StefanT on: Mar 22 2004
 
Score 50%

Its there in Kde since ... hmm ... Kde 3.0 I think.

If you lock the screen, there is a button for it. Maybe elsewhere too, but thats where I saw it.


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 Re: Re: Multiple Logons

 
 by jhgz1 on: Apr 11 2004
 
Score 50%

what you mean is "start new session" in the k menu.
it is definitely in current kde version. however you have to configure your xscreens file(generally found in the kdm directory(if you use kdm)) for multiple screens then you can hop around between them with ctr+alt=+f7/f8/f9/f10.
certainly a nice feature!


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 GDM

 
 by phiste on: Mar 22 2004
 
Score 50%

You can use GDM.
Some of its themes look like this.
I dont like GDM but if you find a theme similar to this one,you will get what you want.


Sry, my English is not the best!?!!!!!
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 yes!!!

 
 by legluondunet on: Mar 22 2004
 
Score 50%

you are in the right way. In kde 3.3 version, kdm will have better theming. But I don't think it will be better than GDM because GDM is a very advanced login manager at this moment, as in graphic as in technics possibility. (soory for my poor english)


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 wallpaper?

 
 by mkrohn5 on: Mar 24 2004
 
Score 50%

Very nice mockup indeed :-)

Before this is realized I would like to use the wallpaper - is that free? and where can I find it? Thanks for any pointers.


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 No thanks

 
 by sviten on: Mar 25 2004
 
Score 50%

While our current KDM is not the best, it's ok.

Aside from my opinion of this one looking Lycorisish (this is not a complement, sorry), it is bad UI. You would have to mouse all the way over to the left to select your login, mouse back (remember, users are stupid when it comes to UI design) then type, name and password and mouse down to the "go" button which I presume really means "login"

Be careful that in trying to make things nicer, you don't make them more complex.


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 Re: No thanks

 
 by richo25 on: Mar 31 2004
 
Score 50%

Not really...
When a user clicks on their icon the active input could be redirected to the password box for immediate typing. And a simple hit of the enter key from there will trigger the login..
Pretty simple to do.. and only one click needed..
What a weak excuse though... How much do you think you use the mouse once you are logged in...
I think it is quite a nice looking idea.


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 KDM

 
 by kdeapps on: Mar 25 2004
 
Score 50%

see also http://kde-apps.org/content/show.php?content=11536&forummode=&forumpage=5&forumexplevel=all


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