Description of problem:
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background image inadvertently drag, only log off or reboot to resume normal
I'm sorry, but I'm not understanding the problem you're having from what you posted.
Can you describe in more detail the issue you are seeing?
Created attachment 577974 [details]
picture1 is bug info,
picture2 ok status
Comment on attachment 577974 [details]
Desktop background under normal conditions should cover the entire desktop area, but sometimes ，it be inadvertently dragged as follows pictures
What desktop are you using? Gnome (the default), KDE, LXDE, XFCE...?
Always rush, incomplete information,so sorry!
Close the other window leaving only a clean desktop,at the top of the desktop,
press the left mouse button down and hold until the mouse into hand shapes,then
drag it, may be the background picture can be inadvertently moved, but not
Maybe the same as bug 808895 ?
gsettings get org.gnome.desktop.background show-desktop-icons
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