"Used to be, with GNOME it was simple to have multiple
wallpapers configured so that each desktop would have its own
wallpaper. But then Compiz came along and monkeyed with that
option. But that option isn't completely gone. You can still set it
up, at the cost of desktop icons, with a little bit of
"But why would you want multiple desktop wallpaper? It seems
like nothing more than aesthetics? To many that is true – but
for some power users it can make it quite obvious what desktop is
for what job. I am one of those users that prefers to work with
multiple desktops. It just makes work so much more efficient. But
when you're using Compiz (and why shouldn't you be?) Setting up
multiple wallpapers isn't as simple as adding a new wallpaper to
your existing configuration. In this tutorial you will see just how
to set up Compiz to work with multiple wallpaper."
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