Author Topic: Wallpapers??  (Read 3607 times)

verdegal37

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Wallpapers??
« on: June 19, 2009, 09:34:28 am »
I feel a little stupid asking this.
Error.
/home/darkmaster/Document/pool/opengeu/gnome-backgrounds-Agust-OpenGEU-Osx0110/debian/usr/share/backgrounds no existe  ??? ???

Logically you can not change any background.

 ::)

Greetings:
Agust

PD:Profile Standar works good , OpenGeu profile fails.
« Last Edit: June 19, 2009, 09:47:51 am by verdegal37 »

racerraul

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Re: Wallpapers??
« Reply #1 on: June 19, 2009, 01:40:00 pm »
Its a bug in OpenGEU 8.10

If you proceed to try and open your personal wallpapers, you should get another error. (click personal radio and click on personal)

/.e/e/fileman/favorites not found.
Close the wallpaper properties and do the following.

go into that directory (/.e/e/fileman/) and create the favorites folder and add another folder inside favorites (i used test)

Go back into the wallpaper properties ( you will get the errors again, ignore them )
again select the Personal radio button and click on Personal

You shouldn't get the 2nd error since the default folders are now there, but in the middle pane you should see the folder you created, double click it and then you should be able to successfully click on the go up a directory button and navigate to where your files are.

I believe everytime you go into the wallpaper properties it will default to where you navigated to last and the errors should be gone.

verdegal37

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Re: Wallpapers??
« Reply #2 on: June 19, 2009, 04:04:15 pm »
Thanks racerraul.

Error /.e/e/fileman/favorites/ , already knew this error, I created the folder and no longer gives me the error in the themes.

Wallpapers follows the same mistake, to change the wallpaper, I change my profile to standard, then the profile OpenGEU.

Greetings:
Agust

racerraul

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Re: Wallpapers??
« Reply #3 on: August 30, 2009, 01:26:47 am »
I just figured out a quick way to be able to get around this issue.

- create folder ~/home/.e/e/fileman/favorites/
- inside favorites, create link to desired folder containing your wallpapers
- Open wallpaper properties, Picture..., and under add to favorites pane, select the linked folder and on the right pane you should see your files.  Click go up directory from there if needed.