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Giselle Korsak

Jan 25, 2024, 4:34:45 PMJan 25
<div>Important: If you use your Chromebook at work or school, your administrator might not let you change your wallpaper. If you can't change your wallpaper, contact your administrator for more help.</div><div></div><div></div><div>I let wallpaper cycle for awhile and then discovered that it is rotating through all photos that have my wife! I love that, but am curious why and how it can happen. I left it going, but stopped it before trying to cycle through all 2,000.</div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div>car photos wallpaper</div><div></div><div>Download: </div><div></div><div></div><div>same issue, called apple about it (they are aware of the issue) this was about a month ago though. very disappointing especially for my parents who love their backgrounds and I made them special wallpaper photos on each of their macs.</div><div></div><div></div><div>I have had some success getting the wallpaper to work.... I click on SHOW ALL then click the first photo then scroll down to the last photo and click it - then go back to the first photo and select auto rotate. This seems to get it to cycle through ALL of the photos in the album.... even albums with 1500 photos.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Clicking on "show all" for a specific album (all photos in my case), scrolling down to the last picture in that album, selecting the last picture, click the random checkbox, and finally setting how often you want it to cycle seems to work.</div><div></div><div></div><div>the reason for this issue is, the shuffle function can only show "downloaded" images. So if you click every image through the folder in the wallpaper tab the full size image are being downloaded and it can be used in the shuffle function. I think this cache is cleared after restarting your Mac and you have click on every image again.</div><div></div><div></div><div>sure. The images in the wallpaper menu are handled different than in Photos app. The best workaround for me so far is to export the complete folder which you want as a wallpaper and add it as a wallpaper source. that works for me.</div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div>in ios 16, branded live wallpapers and special ones for the iphone xs max model have completely disappeared, which is very sad, I hope that Apple developers will return live wallpapers from live photo and exclusive for that model live wallpapersand that I have already tried to put several live photos as wallpaper, but they are just like a static picture and more than one tip from apple care support did not help</div><div></div><div></div><div>Android had live wallpapers ages ago and apple is still unable to crack it. The long press in ios to animate wallpaper concept belongs to the stone age. Bored of seeing the same icons and theme in ios. I might as well switch to android as it offers loads of customization and the phone turns magical and lively. If I'm paying 1000 bucks, I want the phone screen to look how I want it not how apple wants it!</div><div></div><div></div><div>I have a photo set as my current iPhone wallpaper, which I would like to save. I have forgotten where I stored this file on my computer originally, so I can't easily go back to place it back on my phone. It has since been deleted from my camera roll.</div><div></div><div></div><div>You cannot export the wallpaper, depending on the pattern (if it were repetitive) it would be possible to take screen shots and after emailing these to your self you could edit in Photoshop (other editing software is available)</div><div></div><div></div><div>Looking in the /Users//Library/Application Support/MobileSync/Backups folder is effective but very time consuming, especially if you have a lot of files/images in your backup (my phone a 16GB iPhone 5 that is pretty full had nearly 7000 files in there). However, the majority of them were not photos for me.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Put your phone to charge so it will take almost all the UI down for a sec and print the screen. This will get you the image with the battery UI only, then you print another picture from the lock screen after you scrolled everything up or down. compose on photoshop.</div><div></div><div></div><div>One way that may require the help of an octopus is to go to Wallpaper settings click on wallpaper preview that is not the lock screen and pinch the image so it shrinks in the screen - this will get the "Cancel/Set" buttons out of the image. If you let go of the pinch, it'll bounce back, so the trick is to pinch and screen grab at the same time. Then you can crop out the wallpaper setting details in newly captured image in Photos. I was able to do this with four fingers on two hands (no feet required :)) on an iPhone 4s, not sure how dexterous you need to be on an iPhone 6 or 6 plus.</div><div></div><div></div><div>With iOS 7 installed on my iPhone 5 and while viewing my lock screen I plugged a power cable into my phone. For a split second all the text overlays disappeared from my lock screen then a battery power status icon appeared. If you are quick you can take a screen grab of the clean wallpaper.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Important to note</div><div></div><div>Before doing this, go to Settings->Wallpaper and make sure "Perspective Zoom" is turned off. Otherwise when setting this newly captured image as a wallpaper it is automatically scaled up so you will lose some information around the edges.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Easy( if lock screen wallpaper) just go to settings wallpaper the selet the lock screen one and pinch the wallpaper with fingers and bring it in the middle may take a few tries and thats when you screenshot. Crop later.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Double click, remove all apps from recently used, take another screenshot, then edit the 2 photos together, and if done properly, you'll be able to salvage a new version of the background in it's entirety.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Always upload your pictures to Google Photos. I found my wallpaper photo from 5 years ago of my daughters by searching on my Google Photos list by my daughter's name. Google photos will index all your photos. Just assign a name to a person in one of your photos, and Google will find all matching photos and assign that name to them. Even group photos will be found under multiple names.</div><div></div><div></div><div>I just took screen shot (simultaneously press wake/on and home buttons) of wallpaper photo on old iphone 5. I will crop out the bottom homepage icons. Before taking screen shot, to get a clear wallpaper photo without icons, I moved all icons off the last page of homepage except one icon which I transferred to bottom icon bar. When I initially moved all the icons off last homepage, the last page disappeared so I moved last icon to bottom icon bar in order to get clear wallpaper photo for screen shot.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Just take a screenshot of all the default screenshot choices in settings where you change wallpapers. Then take the saved image and zoom up on the one you like and crop it. It's indistinguishable from the full-size image.</div><div></div><div></div><div>I hope that this tutorial encourages some of you to try a photo statement wall. I am completely pleased with the quality, the price and the time it took us to install the wallpaper. It was a fun project and something we will enjoy for a long time. Have any of you created a photo wall? Is this something you would try?</div><div></div><div></div><div>Our custom wallpaper is printed on 20 oz commercial grade vinyl with UV cured inks that are solvent free, washable and will not fade. The images we print are as durable as those on store bought wallpaper. Our standard material has a suede-like texture that is rich and pleasing. We also offer Matte and Luster wallpaper which we recommend for art that requires rich blacks, and Canvas wallpaper for a textured, artistic look.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Canvas: Replicates the look of canvas woven texture. Has a realistic fabric-like appearance that softens details and adds a rough threaded dimension. Commonly used as wall murals as well as fine art applications. </div><div></div><div> Luster: Smooth surface with semi-gloss finish. Excellent for images with rich blacks, and preferred for black and white. Durable and waterproof. </div><div></div><div> Matte: Flat smooth finish. Recommended for crisp, sharp edged prints, such as photography or detailed designs. Very light texture, smooth surface, low gloss. </div><div></div><div> Suede: Textured finish, similar to suede leather. Reduces glare from direct light. Kinder to low-resolution images and less than perfect walls. Durable and waterproof. </div><div></div><div>About 75% of what we print is Suede. All of these materials are installed with wallpaper paste. They are not pre-pasted.</div><div></div><div></div><div>We like to send you a small proof of your custom wallpaper before printing the whole thing. This insures you are happy with the colors and brightness of the piece. We charge $35 to send you a roughly 9x14 size proof of the entire artwork, and a similar size piece printed at actual size so you can see how it will look on your wall. That price includes overnight shipping to you.</div><div></div><div></div><div>You want a good quality high resolution digital photo or digital art. If you are searching for the right photo, there are several stock photo sites online, we like Dreamstime, Adobe and Panoramic Images. When buying a digital photo, buy the highest resolution available. The good news is that most digital photos will work for custom wall murals, and we've gotten some great looking wallpaper from fairly ordinary 6 or 8 megapixel photos. We can also drop type and logos into your photo.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Most online photo sites are keyword searchable, so you don't need to dig through thousands of photos. Adobe and Dreamstime photos are of excellent quality, and are affordable. Give us the photo number, we'll download it and add the charge to your bill,usually about $30 for Dreamstime and $100 for Adobe. Panoramic Images specializes in very high resolution photos and have excellent shots of most cities.</div><div></div><div></div><div>If you're like, well, just about anyone who's had an iPhone for a few years, you probably have hundreds, if not thousands of images in your Photos library. Sure, you've always had the ability to set an image as a desktop wallpaper but it's a manual process. And if you'd like to switch the image, you have to go to your wallpaper settings and choose something all over again.</div><div></div><div></div><div>In my case, I've got over 80,000 pictures in Photos. Some of them are precious (or just goofy) family photos. Some are beautiful shots of landscapes I've seen or cities I've visited. An inordinately large number of them are of my cat, Loki. I'd love to be able to see more than one one at a time, without having to manually choose or dig through thousands of images to find the right one.</div><div></div><div> 7c6cff6d22</div>
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