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Well, this is not really a problem. I am begining to use fluxbox and is very nice but when I set a theme my wallpaper is reseted, some themes do ...
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    Fluxbox themes/wallpaper problem


    Well, this is not really a problem. I am begining to use fluxbox and is very nice but when I set a theme my wallpaper is reseted, some themes do this, some doesn't. But my favorite theme "Nyz" cahnge the bg to plain grey.

    Is there anyway I can disable it?
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    There's a property in your rc file, something like "rootCommand". Tell it to use fbsetbg to set your desired wallpaper and it should work fine.
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    You can also edit the theme file its self and delete the change wallpaper code in it. If the theme its self comes with a wallpaper, delete the wallpaper before you add the theme or again, just delete its change wallpaper code in the theme file its self.

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