[X-Newbies] Removing default desktop background at startup.

Kirk McElhearn kirklists at wanadoo.fr
Mon Apr 11 07:35:29 PDT 2005

On 4/11/05 4:29 PM, "W Lane" <wilann at telusplanet.net> wrote:

>>> Go to HD>Library>Desktop Pictures and find the file named Aqua Blue.
>>> Rename it to Old Aqua Blue (or your choice). Then, drop into that
>>> folder the picture that you want displayed behind your login window
>>> and
>>> rename it to Aqua Blue.  Done.
>> Yowza, learn something new every day!
> Yes, and now that the secret is out, I'll just bet that Apple changes
> it in Tiger


Here's a question (it took me a while to figure this out back in the Jag
days): how can you get a white desktop, without adding your own all-white
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