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sylerner

Simcha-Yitzchak Lerner
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Ubuntu World

GDM Themes 7 comments

by Stemp
Score 50.0%
Jun 13 2006
Once I select a username and the password prompt appears, there is no clear/reset button to go back to the username prompt.

So if you want to log in as a suppressed username (e.g.: root), if you click a user first, you can't get back to username prompt to type in root.

Also, your cap lock warning is obscured by the user list. - May 21 2006
HumanOlive-Gnome

GDM Themes 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Apr 28 2006
Once I select a username and the password prompt appears, there is no clear/reset button to go back to the username prompt.

So if you want to log in as a suppressed username (e.g.: root), if you click a user first, you can't get back to username prompt to type in root. - May 21 2006
ubuntu-lightblue

GDM Themes 1 comment

Score 50.0%
Dec 05 2005
Once I select a username and the password prompt appears, there is no clear/reset button to go back to the username prompt.

So if you want to log in as a suppressed username (e.g.: root), if you click a user first, you can't get back to username prompt to type in root. - May 21 2006
Serenity w/ Faces GDM

GDM Themes 7 comments

Score 50.0%
Dec 19 2005
Once I select a username and the password prompt appears, there is no clear/reset button to go back to the username prompt.

So if you want to log in as a suppressed username (e.g.: root), if you click a user first, you can't get back to username prompt to type in root. - May 21 2006