I'm using standard Ubuntu 20.04
I have a folder of backgrounds (all public domain) that I use on my (necessary and unavoidable) Windows 10 partition, as a slideshow, for my desktop background.
I want to use the same backgrounds on my Ubuntu 20.04 partition, but I cannot find a way to keep the folder inside e.g. my Pictures folder, and then set them to rotate as a slideshow for my ubuntu background.
I got fed up and attempted to put them inside my /usr/share/backgrounds/ folder, and deleted the entire contents, replacing everything with just the images.
This was obviously a mistake, as now I cannot select anything in Backgrounds in the Settings app.
Could someone perhaps help me, either with a way to use the folder as a slideshow, or send me the contents of your /usr/share/backgrounds/ folder so that I can at least have the standard backgrounds back, or perhaps you have a third option?
Thanks kindly in advance