Re: background control
- From: Eckhard Doll <e doll wolter-ndt de>
- To: "desktop-devel-list gnome org" <desktop-devel-list gnome org>
- Subject: Re: background control
- Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2003 15:37:25 +0100
Gave it a try and it works ... nearly.
When I did this in that earlier version, the icons didn't vanish and the
background was proper restored when I moved a window.
But seems, I come closer. More hints?
On Thu, 2003-10-30 at 15:05, Sebastien Delestaing wrote:
> You can do that with gconf-editor. Go to /apps/nautilus/preferences and
> uncheck "show_desktop" (that's with nautilus 2.4, maybe different for
> As for "background controlled by an application", I'm not sure you need
> that. Just make sure your module gets launched everytime you login (run
> it once and check "save session" when you logout).
> Le jeu 30/10/2003 Ã 14:33, Eckhard Doll a Ã©crit :
> > hi list,
> > I already asked this in the general list. I'm hardly looking for a
> > feature, I used in some past version of gnome. There was a checkbox
> > somewhere in preferences to decide if the desktop's background is to be
> > controlled by gnome or another application. You also could give the
> > command to be responsible. I used it to have the output of webcollage
> > (script module of xscreensaver, but standalone usable) as my background.
> > After some update this vanished, but since I know it must be possible
> > because it was, I'm looking around for a hint, how to get it again.
> > Please help
> > Eckhard
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