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Re: The submenu command shows a text-based menu when using a GFX theme.

From: Towheed Mohammed
Subject: Re: The submenu command shows a text-based menu when using a GFX theme.
Date: Thu, 23 Feb 2012 17:24:11 -0800 (PST)

While 'export theme' fixes the issue more elegantly than what I had, it still 
results in the theme reloading when the submenu menuentry is selected.  
Reloading of the theme results in a screen flicker as the terminal window is 
shown before the theme reloads.

I cannot code in C nor do I profess to be anywhere close to scripting as you 
guys, but I think a better solution to fixing the submenu issue would be from 
source code.

Is it at all possible to simply load the menuentry items under the submenu 
command without having to reload the entire theme?  If it can be done, wouldn't 
it prevent the flicker seen as the theme reloads?

While at it, could you also please fix the keyboard lag that results when a gfx 
theme is used.  This is an issue with many users of gfx themes .

Thank you.

Towheed Mohammed

----- Original Message -----
From: Vladimir 'φ-coder/phcoder' Serbinenko <address@hidden>
To: address@hidden
Sent: Thursday, February 23, 2012 1:24 AM
Subject: Re: The submenu command shows a text-based menu when using a GFX theme.

On 23.02.2012 02:50, Towheed Mohammed wrote:
> If a gfx theme is being used and the submenu command is used to show a 
> submenu, the submenu does not use the gfx theme.  Instead a text-based menu 
> is shown.  The only way a regular user can workaround this at the moment is 
> to reload the theme after the submenu menuentry item is selected.
> In Ubuntu's (about the only distro that uses the submenu command at this 
> time) use of the submenu in 10_linux:
>    if [ "$list" ]&&  ! $in_submenu; then
>      in_submenu=:
>    fi
> A regular user must patch 10_linux thus:
>    if [ "$list" ]&&  ! $in_submenu; then
>      echo "submenu \"Previous Linux versions\" --class submenu {"
>          if [ "x$GRUB_THEME" != x ]&&  [ -f "$GRUB_THEME" ] \
>              &&  is_path_readable_by_grub "$GRUB_THEME"; then
>              prepare_grub_to_access_device `${grub_probe} --target=device 
>              cat<<  EOF
> set theme=(\$root)`make_system_path_relative_to_its_root $GRUB_THEME`
>          fi
>      in_submenu=:
>    fi
What a perfect example of overengineering just to compensate for missing 
"export theme". I've fixed it in trunk
> to reload the theme and have a themed submenu.
> Will this be fixed in the 2.00 release?
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