Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 981509
Wallpaper options all disappear
Last modified: 2015-02-17 10:51:53 EST
Description of problem: Using Gnome3 but added gnome-classic-session to test. Once logged into Gnome-classic-session, wallpaper reverted to black (blank) and had to select one from the Settings > Background. All optional backgrounds were present for my selection and selected one installed without a problem. Also, the options for Pictures and Colors were also present. HOWEVER, when logging out and back into Gnome3, I again had a black backround and when I went to Settings > Background, there are no options or menu items available; no wallpapers, no buttons for pictures or colors either.
I am able to select my IMG_2131.JPG and 'set it as wallpaper' without incident just as I had before the incident, but "locate" only shows it in Pictures, no other location. Surprisingly, If I switch pictures, then go back to the original, there's an alert: "Replace file IMG_2131.JPG? Another file with the same name already exists in 'Wallpapers'. Replacing it will overwrite it's content." and it shows the same pic. So, "Settings > Background" has apparently lost it's way to the proper file.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
How reproducible: Attempt to change wallpaper > fail.
Steps to Reproduce:
1. F19 DVD installation normal
2. Add gnome-classic-session
3. Lose wallpaper option on return to gnome3
Actual results: blank background instead of wallpaper, no option to add anything but own available jpegs.
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