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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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 Nice... How About...

 
 by colehorizon on: Aug 5 2004
 
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The KDE Developers (im lacking :| ) should consider using an HTML (XHTML) framework for the KDM Interface, thus it would be simple to arrange the form and visual objects in any desired manner (and respect held for the security of such an interface).

Like the layout and hope someone is there to write it.


ch:)
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 XUL &co

 
 by oliverthered on: Dec 16 2004
 
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Well I think QT saves it's ui files in XML format, and there's kommander that also uses XML.

I think KDE needs a good UI abstraction so that interface problems and functionality problems can be addressed separately.

It would also allow half of the kde 'improvements' to be implemented and tested.


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 I like it but....

 
 by BorgQueen on: Oct 2 2004
 
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I like it, I think it's a great idea but, the whole html stuff. Well I don't know, html isn't very secure. There must be some other way of doing it without use the evil html.

Cheers,
The BorgQueen and The Roaming Gnome.


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 HTML Security

 
 by gridmark on: Oct 7 2004
 
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How is HTML insecure? You should be worried about how (if) they actually process the HTML/XHTML. If proper string and memory checking are implemnted properly in the actual intrepter, there should be no problems. But what I think your going for here is to use a CSS (Cascading Style Sheet) to configure the entire KDM look and feel, you can even hack together a small WYSIWYG HTML/XML/XHTML/Whatever interpreter.
Since KDM runs as root, there is very much need for proper variable checking as I remember a few local KDM exploits out there in the past. So as long as they fly the straight and narrow when coding, regardless of what they use, it should be fine.


Remember kids memcpy() is bad!
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 Do it with qingy

 
 by elvisthedj on: Oct 11 2004
 
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Hope I'm not missing some obvious thread about this, but if you have a framebuffer setup, you could do this with qingy (qingy is a framebuffer getty program).

So, basically, you'd take this pic, put in the x and y coords of the login pw boxes and you'd be set. Just have it jump straight into kde if you want.


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 Re: Do it with qingy

 
 by elvisthedj on: Oct 11 2004
 
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Oh yeah, as of this post, the latest version of qingy only supports one combo box and that is for session. (In other words, I don't think you could use it for listing the users down the side.. but, if enough people are interested, email the devoloper or try and hack it in).. Anyway, it looks better than the alternatives.


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 Re: Re: Do it with qingy

 
 by antiwin on: Oct 15 2004
 
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well well well.........this is crap ....not just this but kde is turning big and bloat ....not big and bloat as in performance but big and bloat as in look and feel....just my opinion


WINDOWS IS GAYYYYYYY........
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 Re: Re: Re: Do it with qingy

 
 by Linuster on: Nov 19 2004
 
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If you would like a mere window manager rather than a desktop environment, there are plenty of them out there.


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 HTML??

 
 by Linuster on: Nov 19 2004
 
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Umm... have you guys never heard of Qt designer, ui files, and libqui?


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 Re: HTML??

 
 by colehorizon on: Dec 27 2004
 
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I understand what your getting at, but Im only suggesting a markup (call it 'kdml') to arrange a few defined elements with graphical appeal. HTML (or the variants) has had this job for awhile and the faults and strengths are well known. Its not necessary to parse a true 'web page', just a layout, which is all html was really meant for.


ch:)
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 good.

 
 by dude123 on: Jan 3 2005
 
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cool way to display time/date/shutdown, etc...looks good, but one thing aint right, whats the point of having to type usr id, in the password window if you have user selection on the left.

Integrate user id with password, like win xp, but different,

eg:
[user1]>>>[password]
[user2]

so when you select user, a slot appears next to the name asking you for your password.


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 Re: good.

 
 by gregarei on: Jan 15 2005
 
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actually, i like how you can either click the user or type it in, in case you for some reason dont want a user to be displayed you can still log in.


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