tdrusk wrote:Would there be any issues with this proposal?I don't see why not. Personally I use this in OB:nitrogen --sort=alphaalong with:/home/sector11/.config/nitrogen/bg-saved.cfg
/home/sector11/.config/nitrogen/nitrogen.cfgI can tell by the contents of:/etc/skel/.config/nitrogen/bg-saved.cfg
/etc/skel/.config/nitrogen/nitrogen.cfgthat those two files are not being used anymore.
Hi, sorry I'm posting these as they come, so am putting them in separate threads.There is the option to configure nitrogen to look in other folders, other than the wallpaper folder. However when I do so the images only appear temporarily. This has happened a few times. I end up copying them into the wallpaper image folder, rendering the nitrogen option redundant.
Hello, I have been recently developing lots of small scripts for my new Waldorf install to make it more convenient to use. Right now I'm facing a problem. How to make nitrogen display a solid color background?
When I first installed Crunchbang Nitrogen allowed me to use different wallpapers on each desktop. After marking all upgrades in Synaptic it will only allow one wallpaper for both desktops, I later ran cb-welcome but it didn't help. I tried searching the forum with no luck, is there a config file I can try editing or another solution?
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.
Link wrote:Okay, I've found a work-around. I have written a script which uses "xdotool key" to switch to the corresponding desktop.pidsley wrote:Mark your thread [solved] please (edit the title of your first post).Might be nice to have the explicit solution itself on document as well
As the title/subject says: How do I remove the wallpaper and just use color on the desktop?I did search the forums, but was unable to find a solution, at least without removing Nitrogen which I'd like to keep so I can change between wallpaper and solid color if I so desire, but can't seem to find an option to do that.