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yellowboy06

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#1 9 years ago

How can I have multiple images as my wallpaper? I mean not like a collage I mean one goes then fades away kinda like a screensaver but, as a background?

Also, I tried that video wallpaper function with VLC Media Player but, it was grayed out?

Any advice? I am using Windows Vista Home Premium x64




Junk angel

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#2 9 years ago
yellowboy06

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#3 9 years ago

Nah...I tried it I don't like it anything else?




Junk angel

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#4 9 years ago
Mastershroom VIP Member

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#5 9 years ago

Windows 7 has that built in. =p




Bs|Archaon

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#6 9 years ago

I still think DreamScene is the most awesome thing about Vista Ultimate, even though I'm running Home Premium on my machine now...




Babeman

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#7 9 years ago
Bs|Archaon;4901303I still think DreamScene is the most awesome thing about Vista Ultimate, even though I'm running Home Premium on my machine now...

I agree, I had ultimate not too long ago, and it was pretty cool. Made my desktop look awesome. Windows 7 does have the wallpaper switcher in it, which is pretty cool also, but i'd rather dreamscene.




KingDino

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#8 9 years ago

Windows Powertoy Wallpaper Changer. I use it on xp and it is meant for xp so it might not work on vista but it is worth a try.




8thsinner

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#9 9 years ago

Can't you just use a webpage as a wallpaper...Thats what I used to do, But I had it filled with hidden links for common files too. And theres lots of free slideshow makers available for web developers that will do an adequate job..




ConstanceJill

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#10 9 years ago

Well there are quite a few wallpaper changers, even though most don't have transition effects. You also might look for an alternate shell that has the feature. And as already stated by Zamamee, Windows 7 has that built-in... though I think it'd be kinda overkill and a waste of money to buy it only for that feature ^^'




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