I love GNOME Screensaver application and all the themes that can use be used with it -the defaults and additionals from the repositories. So I would like to prefer the "Random" theme selection.
The problem: there's a choice as Images Directory among themes. When I opt for Random, screensaver shows the content of my Images directory as well. No need to give details, but this is not suitable for more than one reason. Shortly, that directory is very private for me and screensaver, by nature, is to be wieved by everybody when we lock the screen and leave the computer.
Once upon a time there were a number of discussions on the issue, but the developers' approach was something like this: "This is not a bug, this is a feature". Technically it may not be considered as a bug, but still it is a personal security issue for me.
A workaround may be not to use the default Images directory for images -or putting just a few screensaver-safe image in it- and to use another directory for the personal images, instead. I don't like this way because desktop integration of GNOME & Ubuntu makes that directory -which comes as default- functional for some image related task.
So the question: How can I choose Random option for the GNOME Screensaver and yet not include the Image directory to the line?