Bug#459352: please provide 640x480 TGA version of debian-blueish-wallpaper.svg for GRUB
On Sun, Jan 06, 2008 at 12:37:40AM +0100, Robert Millan wrote:
> > Sorry, but I don't understand why you wan't a new image.
> > Why aren't you using the /boot/grub/splashimages/debian-moreblue-swirl.xpm.gz (package grub-splashimages) ?
> > It's like the same no ?
> Two reasons:
> #1- GRUB Legacy supports images in 14 colors. GRUB 2 supports RGB
> (24-bit depth). We really need an image without color degradation.
> #2- GRUB 2 uses TGA format for images.
Ah, there's a third one. GRUB Legacy images are limited by the fact that
GRUB Legacy always uses the same color (white) for text when using background
images. This makes some color combinations in background impossible, because
they'd make the text unreadable. With GRUB 2, one can easily adjust the text
color (16 color choice) that matches better with a particular image.
For debian-blueish-wallpaper.svg I'd use black, if that's fine with you.
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