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Add Classic to the list of the themes

Bug #328177 reported by Andrea Cimitan on 2009-02-11
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Bug Description

Classic theme (the one which works for non.composited screens) can't be selected.
Should be added to the list.

Can you please give a rationale? I am using the Classic theme right now on my composited screen.

2009/2/11 David Siegel <email address hidden>:
> Can you please give a rationale? I am using the Classic theme right now
> on my composited screen.
>

Do.Interface.Linux/src/Do.Interface/ClassicInterface/ClassicWindow.cs

They have the same name :(

Yes, but they are meant to be the same theme, with one version taking advantage of compositing. Explain why you want one but not the other.

Jason Smith (jassmith) wrote :

Yes but the point is one is a clone of the other without composite
support

On Wed, 2009-02-11 at 18:16 +0000, Andrea Cimitan wrote:
> 2009/2/11 David Siegel <email address hidden>:
> > Can you please give a rationale? I am using the Classic theme right now
> > on my composited screen.
> >
>
>
> Do.Interface.Linux/src/Do.Interface/ClassicInterface/ClassicWindow.cs
>
> They have the same name :(
>

Andrea Cimitan (cimi) wrote :

the Do.Interface.Linux/src/Do.Interface/ClassicInterface/ClassicWindow.cs theme has a different gradient/highlight and supports compositing (it draws a rounded frame when the screen is composited).
We should remove the compositing support from it? Or keep both?

Andrea, what would be the point of removing composite support? Cleaner
codebase?

Andrea Cimitan (cimi) wrote :

IIRC just few lines removed... 10 lines?

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Changed in do:
importance: Undecided → Low

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Allowing manual selection of a theme which doesn't use compositing would be beneficial to individuals who sometimes use screen magnifiers which don't support compositing properly with a window manager like Compiz

Chris Halse Rogers (raof) wrote :

So these users sometimes use a compositing manager, and sometimes do not use a compositing manager? And that the goal is to have a consistent theme in both cases?

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