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  1. #1

    Delete background picture

    Am running Vector, and am more than happy with it, however bit concerned that having downloaded a wallpaper, shows same in list of 'add wallpapers' but cannot get it to desktop, and it appears to be oversized, get view in my folder, so know it downloaded Secondly,cannot find a way of now deleting it, am I not looking in right places, i.e. trash can etc.

    Sorry if been posted and answered before, but a lot of threads to go thru.

    Any help appreciated.

  2. #2
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    May 2004
    arch linux
    I'm not sure what desktop environment you are running, but in Gnome it's:

    right-click on desktop
    change desktop background
    "remove" or "add..."

    Is that not working?

    I personally keep a .wallpaper folder with all my favorites in it in the /home folder for selecting additional wallpapers as desired.

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    looking in right places
    A lot of distros put them in /usr/share/backgrounds. Try looking in there. You will need to be root to delete any images in that section.
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