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abetts renamed an image (GRUB) from Screen Shot 2016-06-27 at 6.47.20 PM.png to GRUB.Jun 28 2016, 4:31 PM

Looks great overall! Two inline comments:

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What is that supposed to mean?

I find that text very hard to read. Could it be made a bit bigger?

For the first question, it is just a spacing issue there. It should read logout. For the second question, I made the text that small on purpose assuming that the screen that will display it will make it bigger since we are working with 800x600 on GRUB. Therefore, the screen that shows it, generally bigger, will make the font be bigger. At least that's what I assume.

abetts renamed an image (Ksplash) from Screen Shot 2016-06-27 at 6.47.36 PM.png to Ksplash.Jun 28 2016, 4:47 PM

Overall I like the mockup very much. It has some very good idea.
Some comments and suggestions below:

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What would happen when the selects a very bright image as SDDM background?

Why does one need to reenter the username here?

Add a "show password" icon.

How do you suggest to compose the border around the image? Just a white outline?

Can you make a mockup for how the highlight/click effect would look? In plasma and the app theme we use a blue effect. However that would not look very well on the blue background.

Maybe we should add an icon here. I think you made it smaller and without an icon for it to not be too distracting, but I think the way it is shown it gets a bit lost on the screenshot.

Concerning keyboard layout etc... would a pop up called like "advanced options" instead of "desktop session" be a good thing? I mean as an alternative to hide both beneath without breaking design?

colomar added a comment.EditedJun 28 2016, 5:49 PM

Desktop session definitely is advanced.
For keyboard layout, it depends. In most cases, it's simply not needed at all, but if for someone reason someone has made the system default layout not the one which is printed on the keyboard and then someone else wants to log in, it's crucial.