markg85 at gmail.com
Sat Jan 19 17:22:07 UTC 2008
2008/1/19, Mark <markg85 at gmail.com>:
> 2008/1/19, Matthias Clasen <mclasen at redhat.com>:
> > Hey,
> > for a long time now, we've had the problem that we need to install
> > multiple versions of the default background (regular, wide, dual-screen,
> > etc), and leave the user to pick the best one manually.
> > I finally sat down and finished a patch the I had lying around to make
> > the gnome desktop support multi-resolution images. It piggybacks on
> > Soerens animated background work and lets you specify backgrounds like
> > this:
> > <background>
> > <static>
> > <duration>10000</duration>
> > <sizes>
> > <file width="800" height="600">background-small.png</file>
> > <file width="1600" height="1200">background-medium.png</file>
> > <file width="1920" height="1200">background-huge.png</file>
> > </sizes>
> > </static>
> > </background>
> > This will show up as a single entry in the appearance capplet, and
> > nautilus will pick the best size depending on the screen resolution.
> > I hope to get this into F9 soon, for now, you'll have to use the
> > patch in http://bugzilla.gnome.org/show_bug.cgi?id=510554
> > Matthias
> Great to have that functionality in Nautilus!
> now i'm wondering if something like this could be implemented for GDM
> as well..?? the GDM background for Fedora 8 is a .png image with a
> size of: 2560 x 1600 and having that auto adjusting to the user
> display size would be wonderful!
> or perhaps SVG support in GDM (couldn't both options in gdm's bugzilla)?
Oke right after i wrote the above i thought of the following case:
What if a user downloaded a wallpaper pack which uses the smart size
stuff that Matthias made? than the user would get the wallpaper that's
suitable for his size.
But what if the user wants (for whatever reason) a different size? i
don't see any option of doing that at the moment.
So i made a nice mockup of the Appearance Preferences -> Background
section and edited in the "Available sizes" option and some example
sizes with a radio button that indicates which one is gonna be used.
The place in that section is available to put it in.
Posted the same on the bugzilla page.
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