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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #15 on: 08. September 2015, 20:17:45 »
I look at the screenshot.
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #16 on: 08. September 2015, 20:38:32 »
Everything is fine with the transparency! That's simply because the mouse is over this selection in the screenshot!!! ;D ::)
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #17 on: 08. September 2015, 20:39:45 »
Lol, I see your mouse now, sorry.  ;D
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #18 on: 08. September 2015, 20:46:48 »
My monitor is 1024x600   60.03 Hz and oblogout-manjaro fails to fit to the screen neatly. Two buttons hide behind the left rim of the screen.

Otherwise a pretty idea.

PS. Any way to grab just the theme?
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #19 on: 08. September 2015, 20:59:32 »
I was wondering about the buttons being rather big. I think it is the same size with all oblogout-themes, though.
You could of course either remove entries in oblogout.conf (are you using all of them? switch-user? hibernate?)
Or you could shrink the icons in /usr/share/themes/OutMok
This is btw the folder you could just copy if you want to keep the theme only ;) and then specify OutMok in oblogout.
Well, but then you can anyway use oblogout-manjaro right away, no? ;)
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #20 on: 09. September 2015, 00:30:49 »
I have updated the package now and changed the script to:
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logout)
  if [ $DESKTOP_SESSION = "fluxbox" ]; then
    killall fluxbox
  elif [ $DESKTOP_SESSION = "openbox" ]; then
    openbox --exit
  else
    pkill -KILL -u $USER
  fi
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This should now work for ANY environment :)
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #21 on: 09. September 2015, 01:47:06 »
My monitor is 1024x600   60.03 Hz and oblogout-manjaro fails to fit to the screen neatly. Two buttons hide behind the left rim of the screen.
Right! I have just pushed a new version to unstable that comes with a smaller theme by default and one can switch it back to the bigger one (which has now a little bit smaller frames, too) in /etc/oblogout.conf :)

« Last Edit: 09. September 2015, 01:53:51 by oberon »
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #22 on: 09. September 2015, 04:43:32 »
Im liking it a lot.

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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #23 on: 09. September 2015, 19:33:19 »
All my hard work to make it look perfect... Just *poof* gone after the update  :'(
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #24 on: 24. September 2015, 13:39:07 »
This is really nice. I use it with Openrc Xfce I assign the command by "Settings -> Keyboard -> Application Shortcuts , I have it assigned to the "End" key. Pops right up.

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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #25 on: 26. September 2015, 13:43:24 »
I tried using it with Xfce and Compiz and the dialogue is completely transparent (i.e. no darkening of the background).

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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #26 on: 26. September 2015, 14:11:51 »
Sounds like the opacity settings of your Compiz don't play with those in /etc/oblogout.conf
You can try to change it there (currently set to
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possible values are 1 (transparent) - 100 (opaque)
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #27 on: 26. September 2015, 14:16:09 »
All my hard work to make it look perfect... Just *poof* gone after the update  :'(
Is there no file /etc/oblogout.pacsave with your settings ??
Damn, I didn't see your post until now :(
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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #28 on: 26. September 2015, 14:37:31 »
Thanks, setting the value to 70 solves the problem. There is still a little problem (it seems to have problems with the Xfce panel placement) but thinking about it I guess there is no point in optimizing it for Xfce anyway since Xfce has an integrated logout dialogue already, the actual target group are Openbox users anyway. :)

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Re: introducing oblogout-manjaro
« Reply #29 on: 26. September 2015, 14:39:55 »
It's still interesting for me! ;)
What is the problem with the panel exactly?
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