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greeter-roadmap [2014/05/02 11:24]
bluesabre
greeter-roadmap [2014/05/15 11:34]
ochosi
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   * Handle multiple monitors more gracefully (https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1070659,​ https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1268099,​ https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1270642)   * Handle multiple monitors more gracefully (https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1070659,​ https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1268099,​ https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1270642)
   * Consider adding support for changing the keyboard-layout (even without using indicator-keyboard,​ https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1240569)   * Consider adding support for changing the keyboard-layout (even without using indicator-keyboard,​ https://​bugs.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+bug/​1240569)
 +  * Add support for Orca ([[https://​answers.launchpad.net/​lightdm-gtk-greeter/​+question/​247889|seemingly supported in unity-greeter]])
   * Make the stuff that are currently menuitems in the panel (language, session, system, a11y) buttons, so that hover-styles are supported   * Make the stuff that are currently menuitems in the panel (language, session, system, a11y) buttons, so that hover-styles are supported
     * Better yet: find out why in a normal panel, hovering indicators shows the hover-effect     * Better yet: find out why in a normal panel, hovering indicators shows the hover-effect
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   * Add a way to add drop-shadows to the windows   * Add a way to add drop-shadows to the windows
   * Consider adding the window-frame style-class to the login-window,​ so it looks like a normal gtk-window (can still be overridden by theming the widget by name)   * Consider adding the window-frame style-class to the login-window,​ so it looks like a normal gtk-window (can still be overridden by theming the widget by name)
 +  * Support alternative layouts? [hostname][expander][clock][expander][indicators]