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How can I use a .html file as desktop background/wallpaper?
I have one of those underpowered netbooks with Lubuntu. I also have an iPod Touch. I'd like the best of both worlds. So I would like to create an active html wallpaper with beautiful little squared ...
Nov 11 '10 at 16:12
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