Re: gnome, gdm and background image.
On Fri, Oct 25, 2002 at 09:43:19PM +0900, Alfonso Muñoz-Pomer Fuentes wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 25, 2002 at 09:10:27AM +0200, Stefan Schwandter wrote:
> > Sven Luther wrote:
> > > Mmm, i suppose nobody has a clue about the background image issue ?
> > > Am i the only one in seing this, or is this considered normal
> > > behavior ?
> > You're not the only one, I'm seeing that too...
First, i am using gnome2, not gnome1.
> Hi, if that's what I think it is it is because of Nautilus. The small
> "blip" happens when Nautilus loads to draw the desktop. The grey "image"
> is just the background colour set up in the background properties. Also,
No, i have set the gnome2 background property to show my background, now
nautilus2 no more seem to have a way of putting the background.
Also, in the splash screen, the correct desktop is set at the begining
(second item i think, the windows manager) and nautilus is the 4th (and
> if Nautilus is configured not to draw the desktop (note that then no
> icons appear) that annoying "grey image" won't appear (it worked for me
> and I'm not missing those icons, really ;). If it's Nautilus related it
Mmm, will try this, but it doesn't solve anything, since then the icon
> could be issued as a bug for Nautilus, or maybe an enhancement, I don't
I will wait for gnome2 to enter unstable, look again and then submit a
In the mean time, maybe i will ask on one of the gnome-user mailing lists,
just to be sure i am not missing something obvious.