GRandomWallpaper

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GRandomWallpaper

http://random.zerodogg.org/grandomwallpaper
a simple utility that lets you randomize the wallpaper images on your GNOME (Nautilus) desktop.

GRandomWallpaper is a simple utility that lets you randomize the wallpaper images on your GNOME (Nautilus) desktop. It selects a random image from a pool of many images (a directory), it keeps track of how many times an image has been displayed, and those that have not been displayed as often are more likely to get picked. It is customizable and can be used to randomly select a wallpaper every N seconds, or to do it only once. It can also keep track of a list of "banned" images that will never be displayed.



Download

http://random.zerodogg.org/files/grandomwallpaper-0.1.tar.bz2

version 0.1 (beta)
released on 28 April 2009



User level

Beginner


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Licensing

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Kelly Hopkins

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28 April 2009




Leaders and contributors

Contact(s)Role
Eskild Hustvedt Maintainer


Resources and communication

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DeveloperDownloadhttp://random.zerodogg.org/grandomwallpaper/download/


Software prerequisites

This entry (in part or in whole) was last reviewed on 15 March 2017.



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