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Karmic’s New Boot & Login Screen

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The Ubuntu design team have published mock-ups of the proposed Ubuntu 9.10 Boot and GDM screens.

In a post on the Ubuntu-art mailing list, Mat Tomaszewski revealed the proposed designs, and confirmed the plan for Ubuntu to use a new boot-screen manager, replacing Usplash with Xsplash.

I think it looks really sleek, though it doesn’t blend too well with Ubuntu’s current default ‘Human’ theme. Perhaps there is a new theme in the works afterall…

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