Whenever I select a picture from gallery to set it as a background, it shrinks (if size exceeds the device resolution). So I want to crop the selected image before setting it as a background. But somehow its not setting it as background after cropping. Must be a silly mistake I know but I'm not able to figure it out right now.
yes, it may be that Gnome is having problem with my intel card.after I created another user, Gnome started up but it started with just blue screen in stead of background picture.so, I changed background picture in System Setting >> Background.but the screen just changed from blue to white.I can not choose any background picture.It just shows white screen.then I log out and log in back, Gnome
I am trying to customize my new install of Ubuntu 13.04 64Bit. I have changed my desktop wallpaper and i have enabled and changed the logon sound. But now im stuck. i want to change the logon screen wallpaper.
At the moment the logon screen background is just a purple colour.
I've tried setting two different wallpapers, but had no luck. When I press the home icon down there I can see the wallpaper I had set to, as well as when I am on the password screen. But, when I press the same button to go back from the home screen, I see a black background.
I have implemented custom camera in my android application. My client's requirements are to take picture from custom camera at background without user interaction.
How can i implement it? Custom camera need Surface View to preview image, How can i provide surface view at background.
I have a brand new Verizon Samsung Galaxy S5. I hate having 1/3 of my home page taken up by the insipid background photo associated with the clock. I've Googled and checked all sorts of search terms, various forums and enthusiast sites, and have searched the forums for this question, haven't found the question much less an answer. Lots of stuff on customizing the lock screen.
Twitter has just announced via an S-1 amendment that “the Company entered into a revolving credit agreement with certain lenders which provides for a $1.0 billion revolving unsecured credit facility maturing on October 22, 2018.” Twitter also listed out financials for its acquisition MoPub, including that it brought in $6.51 million in revenue in the six months ending June 30th 2013.