Automatic or manual installation, at your choice.
One Size Fits All
I tried to make a theme that fits all different screen resolutions. We call this Responsive Design. But there are no sophisticated Responsive Design features on Grub2. So i just made wise use of relative plus absolute unit combinations to get a design that is flexible enough to look good on Grub2 screens ranging from 640x480 to 1024x768 resolutions. Grub2 screens are usually in lower resolutions like these. Grub2 is a kind of small system running before your actual system starts, so this explains the lower screen resolutions and other limited features. Your screen will automatically use one of these compatible resolutions, preferring the higher ones when possible. This is just for the boot menu, before you start your computer system. Your screen will automatically switch back to your preferred screen resolution right after booting.
Also, to make sure the text does not look small on higher resolution screens, i selected a font size that fills 100% of the smallest screen width. On higher resolutions, the boot menu is aligned to the left of the screen, and the right side is decorated with this sunshine picture. On smaller screens, it overlaps and still looks good.
Optional: There is also a matching screen background for your login screen; this screen where you pick which user account to login to.
Note: This is just a theme. It only adds some graphic design to your Grub screen. This Grub screen will be displayed if you have a dual-boot or multi-boot installation.
Download and Installation Instructions: https://www.gnome-look.org/p/1247545/
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