[ubuntu-us-in] Default Wallpaper in Ubuntu 10.10-11.10
simon.a.ruiz at gmail.com
Thu Jan 26 19:29:58 UTC 2012
On Wed, Jan 25, 2012 at 4:46 PM, Ryan Hoots <overlord at ryanhoots.com> wrote:
> Anybody else wonder why the default Ubuntu wallpaper hasn't changed since
> version 10.10, and version 10.04 used one very similar? The other wallpaper
> that are distributed with Ubuntu have changed, why not use one of them?
> Has there been an official reason for this? Maybe they're only getting new
> default wallpaper every year rather than every release (that would be a
> Ryan Hoots
I actually have been digging on the awesome creative commons licensed
photo wallpapers than come with each new version.
I right-click on the Desktop, "Change Desktop Background", then pick
the "Contest" icon (the only with a little clock on it). This is
usually enough to keep me from worrying about changing my background.
As a tech person who runs around between lots of different computers,
I've stopped noticing wallpaper enough to go out of my way to change
it to anything in particular. Great, gradually cycled photography has
worked pretty well for me.
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