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Coding Snacks / Re: Folderwatch (a MAC application) for PC's
« on: November 26, 2014, 04:37 PM »
there is also AutoVer (freeware, open source)

Perhaps one of the software listed on sourceforge might fit


ah. yeah, that's bit of a pickle

Hi mouser

Sorry for taking so long to reply, time really flies sometimes..

this works: */*/* - */*/* | *-* | bakgrunder\Vergissmeinnicht.bmp
and this works: */*/* - */*/* | *-* | bakgrunder\AlsoCalm.bmp

But */*/* - */*/* | *-* | bakgrunder\Vergissmeinnicht.bmp;bakgrunder\AlsoCalm.bmp
does not work.

But i love this, it's the the only wallpaper tool that can set the wallpaper for one day, or several for different times of day. I have looked quite a bit for other tools that can do this but found none.

It would be nice to not have to specify every file in the configfile when wanting to use a random wallpaper from say (as above) a folder named backgrounds.

Sorry to bump this old thread, but i was unsure if i should start a new thread on this or not.. anyways, the example says

// if multiple files are specified separated by ; then one will be chosen randomly

but how exactly? i've tried every combination i could think of, and i still get an "image not found" error, is that feature unfinished or is there some special syntax i'm missing?

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