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Installed ubuntu 12.10 two days ago, and it works perfectly fine (I'm impressed!). I wanted to test other desktop environments, so I installed Kubuntu, Gnome3, and Xubuntu.

All of them work fine, but my login screen is now Gnome3 (I preferred Unity).

How can I set the Unity login screen to be the default again?

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Did you remove Unity ? –  K.K Patel Nov 10 '12 at 3:33
    
No, unity is still there, and i can access it with no problem –  PlamZ Nov 10 '12 at 3:44
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To switch between desktops Logout. At Login Screen you can choose desktop as shown in below figure.

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That isn't a problem, as the menu works fine. The problem at the moment is my Login screen. The ''Skin'' of the login screen is set to look like Gnome3 when i open my computer. And i would like it to look like Unity by default D: –  PlamZ Nov 10 '12 at 3:38
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