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Hey there,

i was wondering if it was possible to ...

1) change the default background of Konqueror to a background image of my choice? If yes how?

2) If there was a possibility that Konquereor displays (this/a backround image on EVERY directory I show? If I change the folder the background is gone in the new folder replaced by the default one ...

I am using KDE 2.2.2 on SuSE 7.3 Professional (I updated the KDE to the newest version ...)

Thx for help, point gonna be rased if it gets complicated =)

Felix
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Look at the menu at the top. Choose Settings. Make sure there is NOT a check mark in front of the line that says ¨View Properties Saved in Directory¨.

Now select View from the menu at the top. Select Background Image and pick the image you want.

If you want to add your own image, click the Browse button and locate your graphic file.

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LOL I did not find the option in the Settings ... thx man!

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LOL I did not find the option in the Settings ... thx man!

Felix
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