On 05/14/2009 01:57 AM, "Jóhann B. Guðmundsson" wrote:
Is it possible to add an feature to "gnome-appearance-properties" in
A) Browse online "gallery(s)"
( Each distro and upstream DE can have it's own gallery to present to
its end users )
I don't understand this, start a web browser and navigate the websites?
Why not use a RSS feed?
B) Preview selected image(s) to the end user
C) Set that image as the end user background
This is pretty much like setting the background from Firefox, which we
can already do.
E) Add the ability so that each user can have his own background
( User A has background image A, User B background image B etc )
D) Save the background in user home folder
Isn't this how backgrounds work by default? You have to take extra steps
to sett it for more than one user.
By having an online background browser it save the bandwith
and disk space
usage and the work related to package "selected" background images.
For this we would also need a suitable on-line gallery
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