Donnerstag, 19. Mai 2011

4 different wallpapers in Ubuntu 11.04 with Compiz

You want to have a different wallpaper on each workspace? Take a look at my screencast




The commands i used:

sagi compizconfig-settings-manager // installs the compiz settings manager

ccsm // starts the settings manager
gconf-editor // starts the gnome configuration tool
In the compizconfig-settings-manager search the wallpaper plugin, add the 4 wallpapers you want and then activate it.

Then start the gconf-editor and remove the check mark at apps>nautilus>preferences>show_desktop .

Your 4 workspace should now have different wallpapers.
If Unity displays the menubar or the dock incorrectly just log out and then log in again.

11 Kommentare:

Reality Check hat gesagt…

Thank you very much! Nice post!

Agent 001 hat gesagt…

Hey thats cool man thanks!!

Javitronic hat gesagt…

THANKS FOR THE TUTORIAL :D

Carles hat gesagt…

I'm crazy with one desktop, imagine 4 :o

Wolle hat gesagt…

thanks for sharing

Jay Reid hat gesagt…

That's really handy, ta!

Watchtower Corp. hat gesagt…

I downloaded this but a was not able to accomplish installation , the last bit required a command line and im not a command lines person, !

Michael hat gesagt…

Whoa, thanks!

SNS hat gesagt…

Great tutorial, thanks !

Alexis hat gesagt…

Hey, I've been trying to comment on the posts on your other blog but there is a problem with the captcha and the footer at the end of the posts, the footer gets in the way of the text input and it becomes impossible to write anything in the verification field. Just thought I would let you know, I've wanted to comment on a few of your posts.

ShadowPunk hat gesagt…

Great Tut!

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