~kennylevinsen/gtkgreet

d8f9c854ee7842cf4d41ef55b9f6e9136a2984bb — Kenny Levinsen 28 days ago 137b728
man: Elaborate on stylesheets a bit
1 files changed, 28 insertions(+), 0 deletions(-)

M man/gtkgreet.1.scd
M man/gtkgreet.1.scd => man/gtkgreet.1.scd +28 -0
@@ 26,11 26,18 @@ gtkgreet - A Gtk-based greeter for greetd
	to work. The image will be anchored to the upper left corner, and is
	rendered 1:1 when DPI scaling is 1.

	*Note:* This does not handle scaling values other than 1 correctly. Use
	a stylesheet for more flexible and correct background rendition.

*-s, --style <file.css>*
	Specifies a custom CSS stylesheet with additional styles for the gtkgreet
	window. See https://developer.gnome.org/gtk3/stable/theming.html for the
	description of CSS subset supported in GTK.

	*Note:* This is not able to load Gtk theme stylesheets, and is only for
	application-level modifications. To select a theme, use the regular Gtk
	theme selection mechanisms.

# DESCRIPTION

gtkgreet is a Gtk-based, graphical greeter for *greetd*(1).


@@ 59,6 66,27 @@ See *greetd*(5) for information on how to configure greetd. Read the
documentation of your chosen compositor for information on how to use it
correctly.

# STYLING

The stylesheet can be used to modify styling of gtkgreet elements, such as the
window background, fonts, login prompt container and others.

An example stylesheet can be seen here:

```
window {
        background-image: url("file:///etc/greetd/gtkgreet-background.jpg");
        background-size: cover;
        background-position: center;
}

box#body {
        background-color: rgba(50, 50, 50, 0.5);
        border-radius: 10px;
        padding: 50px;
}
```

# ENVIRONMENTS

gtkgreet populates the user options for applications to start at login using