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1# The Plasma Look-and-Feel module allows selecting a Plasma
2# Look-and-Feel in the live- or host-system and switches the
3# host Plasma session immediately to the chosen LnF; it
4# can also write a LnF configuration to the target user / on
5# the target system.
7# This module should be used once in a view section (to get
8# the UI) and once in the exec section (to apply the selection
9# to the target user). It should come **after** the user module
10# in exec, so that the target user has been created alrady.
12# Full path to the Plasma look-and-feel tool (CLI program
13# for querying and applying Plasma themes). If this is not
14# set, no LNF setting will happen.
15lnftool:        "/usr/bin/lookandfeeltool"
17# For systems where the user Calamares runs as (usually root,
18# via either sudo or pkexec) has a clean environment, set this
19# to the originating username; the lnftool will be run through
20# "sudo -H -u <liveuser>" instead of directly.
22# liveuser:     "live"
24# You can limit the list of Plasma look-and-feel themes by listing ids
25# here. If this key is not present, all of the installed themes are listed.
26# If the key is present, only installed themes that are **also** included
27# in the list are shown (could be none!). See the *showAll* key, below,
28# to change that.
30# Themes may be listed by id, (e.g. fluffy-bunny, below) or as a theme
31# and an image (e.g. breeze) which will be used to show a screenshot.
32# Themes with no image set at all get a "missing screenshot" image; if the
33# image file is not found, they get a color swatch based on the image name.
35# The image may be an absolute path. If it is a relative path, though,
36# it is searched in the current directory and in the branding directory
37# (i.e. relative to the directory where your branding.desc lives).
39# Valid forms of entries in the *themes* key:
40#  - A single string (unquoted), which is the theme id
41#  - A pair of *theme* and *image* keys, e.g.
42#    ```
43#    - theme: fluffy-bunny.desktop
44#      image: "fluffy-screenshot.png"
45#    ```
47# The image screenshot is resized to 12x8 the current font size, with
48# a minimum of 120x80 pixels. This allows the screenshot to scale up
49# on HiDPI displays where the fonts are larger (in pixels).
51    - org.kde.fuzzy-pig.desktop
52    - theme: org.kde.breeze.desktop
53      image: "breeze.png"
54    - theme: org.kde.breezedark.desktop
55      image: "breeze-dark.png"
56    - org.kde.fluffy-bunny.desktop
58# If *showAll* is true, then all installed themes are shown in the
59# UI for selection, even if they are not listed in *themes*. This
60# allows selection of all themes even while not all of them are
61# listed in *themes* -- which is useful to show screenshots for those
62# you do have a screenshot for.
63showAll: false
65# You can pre-select one of the themes; it is not applied
66# immediately, but its radio-button is switched on to indicate
67# that that is the theme (that is most likely) currently in use.
68# Do this only on Live images where you are reasonably sure
69# that the user is not going to change the theme out from under
70# themselves before running the installer.
72# If this key is present, its value should be the id of the theme
73# which should be pre-selected. If absent, empty, or the pre-selected
74# theme is not found on the live system, no theme will be pre-selected.
76# As a special setting, use "*", to try to find the currently-
77# selected theme by reading the Plasma configuration. This requires
78# KF5::Config at build- and run-time.
79preselect: "*"
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