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Thought you might like this wallpaper!

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Nice! I've added this to my wallpaper collection.

If anybody wants to know, the new powertoys file has a feature where it can change your desktop wallpaper at a set time, e.g every 5 mins, or every 2 hours, whenever you like.

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AaronXP: is there any option to have you desktop background load from a URL? I used to have a program for webcams that did this but it didn't work too well under Win2k so I quit using it. I'd like to cycle through webcams as my desktop with a program. I CAN do it through .HTML and Active Desktop, but I don't like Active Desktop so I turn it off.

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Nice post mate....

keep those quality images coming

Regards,

BAH

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AaronXP: is there any option to have you desktop background load from a URL? I used to have a program for webcams that did this but it didn't work too well under Win2k so I quit using it. I'd like to cycle through webcams as my desktop with a program. I CAN do it through .HTML and Active Desktop, but I don't like Active Desktop so I turn it off. [/quote:23c5b35383]

Sorry Lou, have no idea :)

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AaronXP: Which powertoy has that function? To be able to chnage the background of a desktop every certain amount of time?

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The latest one released last week, its on neowin.net if you look into the old news articles.

To use this feature, go to Control Panel > Desktop > Slide Show tab

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