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I wanted to change the wallpaper for each of the workstations. After following some very simple instructions I was able to do so. Soon after, I discovered that I could not right click on my desktop. Nothing would happen.

While not entirely necessary it would be nice to have. I have reverted my changes for the time being until I can find a solution for this. I installed Gnome Tweaks and CompizConfig to achieve my wallpaper goal.

My question... Anyway I can use separate wallpapers and maintain normal functionality?

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If you mean how to enable Different Wallpaper For Each Workspace.

Install Compiz Configuration Settings Manager, if you don't have it installed yet.

Just press Ctrl+Alt+T on your keyboard to open Terminal. When it opens, run the command below.

sudo apt-get install compizconfig-settings-manager

or

Then

Just press Alt+F2 on your keyboard and run:

gconf-editor

then take a look At this.

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I was able to successfully do that before. Sorry if my original question wasn't clear. After I did this I found that I could not right click on my desktop. Say to add a folder or whatever other functions exists in the desktop right click. –  Bill Jun 17 '12 at 1:11

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