Finding it quite hard to Google this. Between say 9 am and 6pm I want a certain wallpaper to be displayed, and between 6 pm to 12 am I want a different one. So I want it time-specific.
Any way to do this in Ubuntu?
DesktopNova : Click to install
So you add your pictures, and then Check Change wallpaper in intervals.
And there is an indicator for this application.
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There is also Desktop Drapes
Besides the wallpaper changers in USC (like Desktop Nova and Desktop Drapes) there is also a script called Sunrise that can do this and you can get it here on deviantart.
Instructions: Copy the file to a new directory. Extract the files. Inside a terminal, `cd` into the folder you created. Run "sh ./install" (without the quotes)
It has an XML file with the images and in it also a timer (in seconds).
By default it uses the images shown on this blog. Or course using a script is not as secure as using a package but it's very lightweight.