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Re: [E-devel] Wallpaper on Triple Head Setup
On Thu, 10 Aug 2006 06:20:35 +0200 Alexander Griesser <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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> Carsten Haitzler (The Rasterman) wrote:
> > I'm wondering if it is possible to stretch a Wall-Paper over a Triple
> > Head desktop that is not in merged mode.
> > [...]
> >> split the image into 3 separate ones.
> Yes, I know, I already did this but I was wondering if there is any
> easier way to do this.
no there isnt. you have the other group of peolpe who also have to combing all
their images into 1 to spread across multiple screens if they want different
backgrounds. splitting is less work as there is only 1 split as opposed to N
permutations of 2 backgrounds you have. the code also deals with the bg of
each screen separately as it macthes a zone and a set of desktops.
> > Btw: Since the latest update, the desklock behaviour changed a little
> > bit. Before the password-box moved from one screen to the other
> > and followed the mouse, now it is again being displayed on all
> > three screens. Is that a new feature?
> >> i only ever saw it displaying this way. i can check as to why it might not
> >> be doing so.
> Sorry, my fault. The last update did flush all configuration settings
> and the "password box follows mouse" feature was not active :-/
aha - u enabled that. gotcha.
> What I wanted to try afterwards is to set the same three tiles of my
> 3840x1024 picture as desklock background, but that wasn't possible
> because one can only set _ONE_ picture for the desklock background
> and in this case, the 3840x1024 pic is not being stretched over all
> three displays...
yes. desklock is a bit limited.
> Is someone interested in adding this feature to desklock? e.g. being
> able to configure a per-screen wallpaper as you do in the wallpaper
> configuration itself?
patches accepted :)
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