Cant choose background wallpaper from a file, bug?
dcMhOYBdpZkH at web.de
Fri May 3 18:23:38 UTC 2013
Agree, I had not thought of right-clicking a file and "Set as
> don't understand GNOME 3.
I use gnome-session-fallback or course, Gnome Shell is not my case. Will
try GNOME 3.8's new Classic Mode with 13.10 otherwise will be forced to
use another Desktop. But since many of them use GTK+, it's no problem :)
On 03.05.2013 19:44, George Farris wrote:
> Why am I not surprised. Have a look at the old wallpaper application
> under Gnome 2.x, so functional everyone understood it, even newbies that
> opened it. Shakes his head, don't understand GNOME 3.
> On Fri, 2013-05-03 at 18:55 +0200, Alfredo Hernández wrote:
>> Not a bug itself, it's the normal behaviour. However, I believe it's
>> intended to change it in a future, so that you can select images from
>> where ever. When? I sincerely don't know.
>> Regards, Alfredo.
>> On 3 May 2013 17:44, "George Farris" <farrisga at gmail.com> wrote:
>> This is a bug right?
>> On Fri, 2013-05-03 at 11:08 +0200, . wrote:
>> > On 27.04.2013 20:30, . wrote:
>> > The Background settings is limited to system
>> wallpapers, images from Pictures folders and background
>> > If you want to use an Image from a location
>> different of the Picture folder, you can set the background
>> from nautilus with the right-mouse buttom.
>> > Cheers,
>> > -- Juanjo Marin
>> > Works, thanks.
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