Re: Displaying wallpapers in /usr/share/backgrounds/ in settings

On Sat, Mar 15, 2014 at 12:22:49AM +0100, Matteo Settenvini wrote:
I think at least Nautilus creates a "Wallpapers" subdirectory when you
right-click on an image and select to set it as a background. Which I
find a very good idea, since I like having backgrounds separated
e.g. from my holiday photos, and I like keeping my Pictures/ folder a
bit more organized than just a random kitchen sink for all images that
can fit on my screen. Kudos to the Nautilus maintainers :-).

However, this means that I don't get access to these images from 
"gnome-control-center background".



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necessarily make you a hipster.  -- Anonymous

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