Re: Desktop image?

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Myles Green wrote:
On Tue, 19 Sep 2006 10:17:17 -0400
Bob Goodwin <[email protected]> wrote:

Myles Green wrote:
On Tue, 19 Sep 2006 14:46:40 +0100
Paul Howarth <[email protected]> wrote:

Bob Goodwin wrote:
On the desktop display [xfce] the background is an "F" with
what I suppose are bubbles.  I need to clear that space
to eliminate interference with the gkrellm display which
I run with a theme that provides a transparent background.

Can anyone tell me where to find the image file so that I
can change it?
Right click on the desktop and select "Change Desktop Background"
That won't work with Xfce. You'll need to go (in the menu) to Settings
--> Settings Manager and then choose Desktop. You should be able to
find your way from there.

HTH, Myles
Yes, I know that and I have done so this morning but
I find that function erratic for whatever reason, yesterday
it didn't work?  This morning it does, and I have had that
problem on several computers set up similarly?

I would prefer to change the file that makes the image
if possible.  But I don't know it's name ...
Right. Well, you should be able to find the name of the image from that
dialog. Barring that it lives in /usr/share/backgrounds/images/. I'd just
tell you the name but I'm using Rawhide with Fvwm (fvwm-crystal) so my
system is quite different from yours at the moment.

HTH, Myles
Ok, thanks much, I will go from there.

Bob Goodwin

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