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Set different Wallpapers on each Desktop. FIXED Again.
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PostPosted: Tue 17 Dec 2013, 00:30    Post subject:  Set different Wallpapers on each Desktop. FIXED Again.  

This app I wrote for what seems to be a popular desire: Different wallpapers for each desktop.

# Apparently only KDE does this wallpaper per desktop thing. Seems odd that no others have it.
There is Wallpapoz that does it also: http://vajrasky.wordpress.com/
It requires Python, and is for Gnome and Xfce ( I think...).

I saw a post a while back about setting up Rox to do this, but it didn`t work for me...
Currently it only does Rox desktop. But I`ll add other DMs too as I figure them out.

You write a wallpaper list to a file: wallpapers.lst, there`s one included just edit it how you want.
It can have any number of /path/wallpapers in it, but only up to the number of desktops is used.
I will be making a GUI to do this, but I want to make it into a tray app.

# To test run in rxvt, run it with the DM as argument:
wallpapers rox


#To install so it starts at boot, use argument for Puppy+Rox: ( makes Startup file )
wallpapers -ipr

#To uninstall wallpapers, use argument for Puppy: ( removes Startup file )
wallpapers -ip


# To stop wallpapers, run again with "stop":
wallpapers stop

# For help wallpapers, run run with no argument, or "-h", or "help":
wallpapers


# It uses "wmctrl" that I compiled on Precise. But it`s a simple utility, maybe work for any arch.


And added a over-range check for the wallpaper array.
Changed command to set wallpaper image. Thanks SFR..!
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PostPosted: Thu 19 Dec 2013, 21:23    Post subject:  

Reworked it and fixed the problem of no wallpaper at start up.

Also made it copy everything to /tmp so the H.D. isn`t over-worked.

NOTE: It still has the problem, but I`ve got a more complex fix working.
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