I liked the new 2012 versions of CB. But, is it just me or I preferred CB with the desktop wallpaper where I could change at will the color and brightness etc of the soon to be wallpaper on my desktop directly, without going into an image modifier? Does anyone knows the versions that had this feature and that now, isn't on CB?
Last edited by DanielMii (2012-12-29 03:38:35)
The wallpaper/background editing features you mention have been on #!Crunchbang before . . .
But, they are not a default feature of the Openbox Window Manager but it is default with the Xfce Desktop Environment.
#!Crunchbang did have a release that had a choice of either Openbox or Xfce. The #!Dev decided to stay with only 1 WM/DE ... #! has always used Openbox as the default WM.
Last edited by vrkalak (2012-12-29 16:46:20)
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I may be wrong, but it would seem to me that the Xfce wallpaper manager could be installed with apt-get quite easily. I don't know the exact packagename, but it should be fairly easy to find.