Wallpapoz application enables you to configure Gnome and XFCE desktop wallpapers in unique way. You could have Gnome and XFCE desktop wallpaper changes when the specified time has passed. The most important feature is you could have Gnome and XFCE desktop wallpaper changes when you change workspace. It means you could group your wallpapers into specific workspace. It offers quick orientation cues where you are. You can manage it so when you change to first workspace, your desktop wallpaper will be picked from wallpapers group for that workspace. When you change to second workspace, it will be picked from wallpapers group for second workspace.
Wallpapoz application consists of two programs. The first is “wallpapoz”. “wallpapoz” is the program to make the configuration file. What wallpapers do you want to use? It just like that. So before doing anything else, run this program first. The file configuration is located in $HOME/.wallpapoz/ .wallpapoz.xml. Although you can edit the file with text editor, I don’t recommend it. If the file is corrupted, then remove it first before run “wallpapoz” again. Don’t run “wallpapoz” if the file is corrupted.
“daemon_wallpapoz” is the real program it self. The program will read the configuration file and will change the wallpaper if you change the workspace or the specified time has passed (depended on your options in configuration file).
You can run the “daemon_wallpapoz” from “wallpapoz” program. You can terminate it too from there.
The latest release (0.6.2)
This version adds support for XFCE desktop and Gnome 3 desktop. Support for Compiz has been removed (long story).
wallpapoz-0.6.2.tar.bz2 (md5sum: 15f052342281eb587bba98c7d6999ce9)
Feel free to contact me, Sky Kok, at: email@example.com.
Remember when emailing me about Wallpapoz, use “[Wallpapoz]” word in your subject (examples: “[Wallpapoz] Wallpapoz sucks!”, “[Wallpapoz] Patch to make it work in Windows Vista”, “[Wallpapoz] Thank you!!!”).
If you feel happy with Wallpapoz, you do not need to do anything. Your happiness is my happiness. Don’t forget to report bugs to me.