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Current release: 2.4.4 - Stable
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·Supported Linux Window Managers
Wally is a Qt4 wallpaper changer, using multiple sources like files, folders, FTP remote folders, Flickr, Yahoo!, Panoramio, Ipernity, Photobucket, Buzznet, Picasa, Smugmug, Google, Vladstudio and deviantART images. Now it's available in many languages!!
Note for Ubuntu users: if you're using KDE4, please use _kde4_ packages!!!
cmake -DCMAKE_BUILD_TYPE=Release ..
If you have KDE4, your enviroment will be automatically detected, and WallyPlugin will be installed. Remember to restart KDE4 (logoff/logon should be enough) in order to use Wally. Then, select WallyPlugin in Appearance Settings.
To be clear, WallyPlugin IS NOT Wally. It's just a "brigde" between Wally and KDE4, and it must be selected to show Wally images, so Wally has to be started.
When launched, Wally places itself in your system tray. Right-click on icon to show main menu. In Settings window, just select a module, and add items in the list. Wally will download photos according to your search keywords, or use your photos if you're using Files / Folders modules.
Supported Linux Window Managers:
Let me give special thanks to Wally's translators, who are growing :)
If you want to add your translation to Wally, you just need:
You don't need to be neither a developer, nor to understand Wally's code.
And, if you need help in using Linguist, just write me.
Wally has been deeply inspired by John's Background Switcher, a great software, well designed and much more capable than Wally. Infact, it's still running on one of my PCs :)
So, I'd like to thank John Conners, for giving me the opportunity to re-use its idea in order to fulfill the universe of wallpaper changers not covered by JBS :)
First of all, I'd like to thank Tanya, my wife, for all her support before, during Wally's development and after :)
I'd also like to thank: