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[Solved]Where is Downloaded Wallpaper kept on KDE desktop?

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[Solved]Where is Downloaded Wallpaper kept on KDE desktop?

Postby davedcd » Fri Apr 12, 2013 9:11 am

Could someone please tell me where downloaded wallpaper is kept? When I click desktop settings>get new wallpaper>install.....where are they?
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Re: downloaded wallpaper

Postby Xanayoshi » Fri Apr 12, 2013 11:07 am

There are a few environments in 3.5 so

Wallpapers are generally kept in a couple places in most Linux distributions.

root/usr/share/backgrounds

root/usr/share/wallpapers

In KDE when you download a wallpaper it should appear in your list, but you may have to logout or reboot for it to appear.

However it will be stored in a new location so you don't have to run root to install new wallpapers and this is

home/.kde/share/wallpapers
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Re: Xanayoshi

Postby davedcd » Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:32 pm

Thank You Xanayoshi, for responding. I will take a look there, I very much appreciate your help. It is encouraging to see a reply.
Again Thank You!
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Re: Xanayoshi

Postby Xanayoshi » Fri Apr 12, 2013 12:53 pm

davedcd wrote:Thank You Xanayoshi, for responding. I will take a look there, I very much appreciate your help. It is encouraging to see a reply.
Again Thank You!


Your Welcome! Even if you don't use Ultimate for Server it is a great way to acclimate yourself to Linux because it has everything, although this can be a lot to take in. To see .kde you will have to have "show hidden files" enabled. In Dolphin this is under Control......

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Still, it should show up in desktop preferences under wallpapers.
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Re: downloaded wallpaper

Postby davedcd » Sat Apr 13, 2013 5:19 pm

Xanayoshi

Once again thank you. I did already figure out that kde was hidden, and I already set to show hidden files. I also did find the downloaded wallpapers that I was looking for. I thank you for the follow up!
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