I have read that it is possible to give different backgrounds to different desktops in KDE 4.3, but I have yet to find how to do it. Is it really possible and if so, how do I do it?
on 12/20/2009 – Made popular on 12/20/2009
Ubuntu save default backgrounds in /usr/share/backgrounds When we open appearance then system load backgrounds from that directory, right? I have added some backgrounds in /usr/share/backgrounds directory but they are not visible in appearance window(System settings>appearance). Also in file manager i can't see the thumbnails.
Hello:I just installed Crunchbang and yes, I already have questions :DI'm no stranger to Linux, but I'm trying to do some new stuff with the multiple desktops, and I'm not sure if/how I can do it.First off, I've used Fluxbox and other managers in the past, and I always had up to four desktops to choose from. With the default setup, I only have two.
Anybody know a good place to find clean wallpapers? Like gradients, textures, vectors or non busy pictures? Or backgrounds with bars for apps to go on? Backgrounds that actually seem like they were meant to be backgrounds not full-screen photos. Thank you. I would have thought finding them would have been easy.
My recent article about transitioning slide show backgrounds in GNOME garnered quite a bit of attention, so here's my first reminder of how to do the same thing in other desktop environments. This one will show you how to create a custom slide show backgrounds in KDE3.more here ...
Is it possible to have a transitional background for the kdm > ksplash > desktop processes.I was thinking that if this can be done for branding logos then can it be done for backgrounds also?Maybe then the branding and background 'incremental effect' could be loaded as 1 component...Something along the lines of say a background starting in greyscale > desaturated > full colou