godshatter at yahoo.com
Thu Aug 28 02:04:52 UTC 2008
I've got a right-menu option of "Configure Desktop..." that will let you
choose no wallpaper as an option. I think I had to install kde-desktop
to get that option, though. I think strict Kubuntu wants to route you
through the System Settings option on the K-Menu. I just tried System
Settings, and the Desktop icon under "Look and Feel" went to the same
place that "Configure Desktop..." does on my system.
Jim Lemon wrote:
> Looked at the FAQ and some of the archives. While there were a lot of
> messages about how to jazz up the background, I saw none on how to
> remove wallpaper.
> 1) Running Kubuntu 8.04 (I think)
> 2) Right clicking on the background brings up a dialog with no option to
> remove the wallpaper.
> 3) Using the System Settings program has an option (the leftmost button
> at the bottom of Appearance | Theme Manager), but it appears to be
> disabled. If I click on any of the other buttons, I get a "This
> configuration section is already opened in System Settings".
> Is there just a configuration file I can edit rather than wade through
> all the GUI stuff that doesn't seem to work? Thanks for any advice.
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