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Ubuntu 9.04 tutorials, this tutorial will show you how to find Gnome art wallpapers in art manager.
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All right, so last time I talked about KTE Caboon 2, well they have this integration with the wallpapers into the backgrounds. Well, you don’t have to look on Google or something aside from wallpapers they integrate that with Katielook.org so I did like that feature, and so this one is kind of like that but for Gnome and it’s called Gnome Art, okay.
So all you got to do is go to your synaptic is in your depository here, right, so no mark, okay. And it should be in your system here preference and art manager so that’s where you should be at, okay. Now, this is how it looks like the program. You know you look for whatever you need like the art here, the backgrounds, desktop themes here and other themes to make a login managers and splash screen and all that.
And basically what they do is they fully from this webpage here art.gnone.org, right. So this is basically the same sheet that you’ve holding from. If you want to just to get from the webpage this is where you go, okay. So you see all the same scratch panel. Let say for the backgrounds, let say gnome, right, so that’s that.
Now, what I don’t like with this program it takes long to load, okay and initially when you load it the first time it’s kind of like the Mint install where they pull all the images at the same time, I don’t like that if give me the shift that I want at that time and nothing else, okay, maybe like ten at time or something. However, the Caboon 2 guys do it that was fast, okay this is one is not as fast. So does that as slower so you got it. And it does crash a bit so this probably is not perfect, okay. I'm talking at experience crash for this shift. But I like the integration like the idea.
As far as the wallpapers, most of them starts evolve but you can check it out and see which one you like. So let me try to install one like I don’t know this light no mere, okay. So click on that and yeah a few options there you want to preview it, I'll show you a bigger picture you want to download just download it. I won't do nothing else I believe and installing it, it will go to your background options, okay so install and let see what this—do. So that pretty much it and if you go change your desktop background now it should be in there.
Let see where the hell that is. There was a gray color at, here you go that’s the gray color, all right. There you go that’s the gray one that reaches download all there. So that’s pretty much how it works if you like something like this or you want something like this check it out. That’s it.