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    Question Default Folder for Wallpaper Images

    Hi,

    Quick and easy question - where is the default folder for the images in the desktop wallpapers area?
    I ask bc I really like the default wallpaper in Leap 42.1 (the black screen with the green light bulb), however that image is not available in Tumbleweed. I'd like to move it

    Thanks in advance!

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    Default Re: Default Folder for Wallpaper Images

    Quote Originally Posted by EmpireITtech View Post
    Quick and easy question - where is the default folder for the images in the desktop wallpapers area?
    You can use any picture as wallpaper from any folder on your hard disk.
    Just drag and drop the file to the desktop, or right-click on the desktop and choose "Desktop Settings" (or similar).

    The system-wide installed wallpapers are usually located in /usr/share/wallpapers/.

    openSUSE's default wallpaper is in, surprise!, /usr/share/wallpapers/openSUSEdefault.

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    Default Re: Default Folder for Wallpaper Images

    Quote Originally Posted by wolfi323 View Post
    You can use any picture as wallpaper from any folder on your hard disk.
    Just drag and drop the file to the desktop, or right-click on the desktop and choose "Desktop Settings" (or similar).

    The system-wide installed wallpapers are usually located in /usr/share/wallpapers/.

    openSUSE's default wallpaper is in, surprise!, /usr/share/wallpapers/openSUSEdefault.
    Surprise indeed lol

    Thank you sir/madam!

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