This would be quite difficult to implement as it'd have to know what you have, then either bring in the full eopkgs or deltas for that specific version. You'd have to have the eopkg database pushed to a thumb drive then download a diff with the ISO. It's just complex to say the least.
That'd be upto the theme itself as to what colour the font is. So you'd need to raise the issue upstream with the theme author.danielson wrote: ↑Tue Aug 15, 2017 4:42 pmImpressive!
Was thinking of going over to Kubuntu then i spotted the announcement on Softpedia.
Was well worth the detour!
Congrats to dev team, Solus 3 is really nice!
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- dual booting on Win 10 with 120G SSD
p.s. is it possible to make fonts slightly brighter when Dark Theme is chosen?
Yeah that's a known issue that we're currently working on, we tried updating grub/os-prober for the new OS entries (7/8/10etc) but it caused some devices to not boot so we didn't roll it out.
Is there a task on https://dev.solus-project.com/ ?elgrande71 wrote: ↑Tue Aug 15, 2017 2:16 pmThese new versions of Solus seems great but Budgie and GNOME versions requires more memory ( almost 700 MB for Budgie and more than 1 GB for GNOME before 330 MB and 700 MB respectively ) .
All Solus 3 versions are affected by a problem related to multipath-tools .
Look at this subject for more details :
Thank you for your job Solus Team
Thanks. I assume the branding-material package is not really necessary if I don't want to apply the new look right now; I can merely install the stated font, icon set and gtk theme for future use.GreenMartian wrote: ↑Tue Aug 15, 2017 8:00 amFor those who currently have Solus installed to disk...
...In order to use the new theming, also install the package budgie-desktop-branding-material (Thanks to Uziah at #solus for the tip!) Just be aware that this may reset your desktop settings to the default 3.0. ... The default theming, icons, fonts and others should be listed in the blog post here https://solus-project.com/2017/08/15/solus-3-released/.