Questions about using desktop backgrounds in Ubuntu.

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How to delete a photo from Appearance Preferences's list?

I had some time ago a photo of a person as my desktop background image. Now this photo remains in the list of photos in Appearance Preferences ➜ Background. Is there a way to remove it, or reset those ...
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change background of certain websites black?

Example would be inverting the background color of sites like google, reddit, and changing the text color to white or blue. Also, gconf-editor doesn't seem to work when trying to rearrange the ...
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How to modify the system default login background image?

Following this, I added a couple of modified background images to the backgrounds collection. Now, I want to select a different background for the login screen. How do I do that? UPDATE: Just tried ...
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How to modify the system default background image

I am about to ship a new 10.04 installed system to a customer. This is the 1st system that we are shipping with our preinstalled software and an additional hardware test platform, so I thought it ...
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How do I set the background color/pattern in a Nautilus window?

In Previous versions of Ubuntu, I used to go under the edit menu to set the background color of a Nautilus window. I have no idea how to do this in Ubuntu.
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Background doesn't cover the whole screen [closed]

I'm facing another problem with Unity these days. Current problem is about the background orientation. I have attached the image to the question so you can view and recognize what the problem is. ...
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How do I change the background image on a single workspace? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Is it possible to have a different background for each workspace? I would like a different background for each of my workspaces- is this possible? Thanks, Colleen
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Bring nohup job to foreground

Consider the following nohup execution: nohup script.sh > script.out & Is there a way to log off the terminal, reconnect, bring the process back to foreground and interact with it using the ...
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Losing Visual Effects settings after reboot

I recently upgraded to Ubuntu 10.10 from 10.04 and ran into a problem. If I right click on my Desktop, select Change background it takes me to the Appearance Preferences and then I go to the Visual ...