On Thursday 15 November 2007 08:12:11 Rahul Sundaram wrote: > Rex Dieter wrote: > > Laith Juwaidah wrote: > >> I made a small --literally-- script that does that (change the > >> background), it is to be used with KDE's advanced desktop options and > >> the 24 pictures that can be found here. > >> > >> The script itself can be found on my fedorapeople. > >>  http://ljuwaida.fedorapeople.org/Artwork/Infinity/KDE/Wallpaper > > > > Can you provide (step-by-step) instructions on how to set this up? Where > > to download Wallpapers, how to configure the KDE desktop, etc.? > > Better yet, can we push this functionality in as an update so that KDE > by default in Fedora 8 does this? > > Rahul > > _______________________________________________ > Fedora-art-list mailing list > Fedora-art-list redhat com > http://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/fedora-art-list I don't know, people's comps might be slow (it takes some time to re-size the picture once an hour (a few secs on my machine, but it can be longer on slower ones)), people may not want to use Fedora's background, etc... However, we can make a package of the script and the pictures but not activate them by default. Here are the steps: 1. Create a new folder and call it Infinity. 2. Download all the pictures in http://people.redhat.com/duffy/artwork/infinity-24/ to that folder (they should be 24 png files). 3. Download the script from http://ljuwaida.fedorapeople.org/Artwork/Infinity/KDE/Wallpaper/infinity and put it in the same folder. 4. If you want to install it for yourself only then copy the folder you created to ~/.kde/share/wallpapers (if it doesn't exist, create it), if you want to install it for all the users, then copy it to /usr/share/wallpapers instead, but you have to be the root. 5. To change your background, right click on your desktop and click Configure Desktop, click on No Picture, then click on Advanced Options. 6. In the window that opens, click on add. 7. In the name field, enter Infinity, in the command field enter ~/.kde/share/wallpapers/Infinity/infinity %x %y %f , or /user/share/wallpapers/Infinity/infinity %x %y %f , depending on where you installed it. 8. Put the same line in Preview cmd, and put ~/.kde/share/wallpapers/Infinity/infinity or /user/share/wallpapers/Infinity/infinity in Executable, and set the Refresh time to 60 min. 9. Click on OK, OK, then OK. Cheers! -- Laith Juwaidah http://www.ljuwaidah.org/
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