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I have been using this script for a good while on Linux mint 15.
Does the script crap out on you guys after a certain amount of wallpaper changes?
I haven't counted them, but it seems as though it stops after a certain amount of times.
Does this happen to anyone else? O.o
Please post the commands or aliases in the description. You should know by now that us Linux admins are too lazy to type from scratch 😉
@bamdadkhan oh lols, i am truly honor sir, heoyea baby
@Lchelidze oh haha, well i can sleep all i want once i die, then my health issues will be solved, cuz i wont be needing it
@setsallset hehe yea i hear about some of those methods, i havent try it yet. seems like more running process to get a hotkey to work. lols but good effort googling
@thurstonxander thats good to hear that my videos are not a stinker lols, hope you enjoy other ones as well
@gotbletu actually, I'm not sure but I think you just need the script that came with New Wallpaper.
@gotbletu I figured out a way to do it. Gotta install "ksetwallpaper" plasmoid, download the "New Wallpaper" deb @ bit. ly/tsI0N1 , make a global keyboard shortcut to "~/.config/new-wallpaper/scripts/KDE4" and you're done. Don't even need the plasmoid or app running. Shortcut works. Gotta take some of it back. Easy now but had to bing/google it. Had to space the bitly url cuz youtube won't let me post.
you've become one of my favorite linux guys on youtube. Great choice on the programs you review. I don't think hardly anyone knows about these until you post your vids. hell, for all I know you're creating these programs. lol! Thanks man, and keep up the great work!
@setsallset well auto change in KDE is easy but try to have it change with a hotkey, dont think that exist yet
@Lchelidze sleep is for the weak ppl lols
Why the Classic desktop?
wow, this is so much easier in KDE but thanks for sharing. Might try this if I give Gnome 3 a shot.
if anyone wants a lightweight way to download random wallpapers you can try out my Random (widescreen only) Wallpaper Collector at my website at zicronsoft.comxa.com/section/utilities/page/2
I currently run this script every time I boot up so I always see something new whenever I turn on my computer.
Where do you downloaded your wallpapers from? That with girl in blue coat is awesome 🙂