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  1. ## Desktop-Base manifest
  2. #
  3. # This file provides a more maintainable way of managing updates to the
  4. # images and other media in this package without needing to hack on the
  5. # preinst,postinst,prerm,postrm scripts.
  6. #
  7. # The layout is one line per file whitespace delimited with the layout:
  8. # <type> <filepath or category> <attribute(s)>
  9. #
  10. # when used to set alternatives via /etc/alternatives:
  11. # <type> also doubles as the name and symlink for the alternatives
  12. # <filepath or category> is the target file/directory
  13. # <attribute(s)> are used to calculate the priority of these alternatives
  14. #
  15. #
  16. # - Attributes are not order specific and unknown attributes will be silently
  17. # skipped.
  18. #
  19. #
  20. # Configuration types:
  21. # ********************
  22. #
  23. # Priority_factor type:
  24. #
  25. # Priority factor is a special type for setting attribute score values and has
  26. # a record structure of:
  27. # priority_factor <category> <int score modifier> [<type>] [<type> ] ...
  28. # - supports categories:
  29. # base - the base score for all entries
  30. # svg - the score enhancement for SVG image files (where supported)
  31. # (supports non-special types as attributes) to set type specific
  32. # score enhancements)
  33. # auto-detect - score added for enviromental factors like monitor
  34. # size and aspect ratio
  35. # - scores are integers, and negative values are accepted. (Total scores
  36. # in the negatives will result in not adding the entry in alternatives.
  37. # - (optional) type are the types this priority_factor is relevant to if not
  38. # all types.
  39. #
  40. priority_factor base 10
  41. priority_factor default 5
  42. priority_factor svg 5
  43. priority_factor narrow 5
  44. priority_factor small 5
  45. priority_factor autodetect 20
  46. # Supports type:
  47. #
  48. # Supports type sets is used to restrict usage of priority_factor to a defined
  49. # set of general types rather then all of them. For example we can use this to restrict this to
  50. # Generally supported attributes
  51. # narrow, wide, large, small - enhancement for preference of defaults
  52. # default - the score added for entries marked as default
  53. #
  54. desktop-background your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-large.png narrow large default
  55. desktop-background your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-large.svg narrow large default
  56. desktop-background your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-small.png narrow small default
  57. desktop-background your-way_darkpurpy-wide-large.png wide large default
  58. desktop-background your-way_darkpurpy-wide-large.svg wide large default
  59. desktop-background your-way_darkpurpy-wide-small.png wide small default
  60. desktop-background.xml darkpurpy.xml default
  61. desktop-grub your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-large.png narrow large default
  62. desktop-grub your-way_darkpurpy-wide-small.png wide small default
  63. desktop-grub your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-small.png narrow small default
  64. desktop-grub-theme devuan default
  65. desktop-splash your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-large.png narrow large default
  66. desktop-splash your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-large.svg narrow large default
  67. desktop-splash your-way_darkpurpy-narrow-small.png narrow small default
  68. desktop-splash your-way_darkpurpy-wide-large.png wide large default
  69. desktop-splash your-way_darkpurpy-wide-large.svg wide large default
  70. desktop-splash your-way_darkpurpy-wide-small.png wide small default
  71. desktop-slim-theme devuan-curve-darkpurpy default
  72. xfce4-xsettings.xml xsettings.xml-devuan-darkpurpy default
  73. xfce4-panel.xml default.xml-devuan-darkpurpy default
  74. xfwm4.xml xfwm4.xml-devuan-darkpurpy default