DesktopWallpaper - Flickr Edition
DesktopWallpaper - Flickr Edition
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DesktopWallpaper - Flickr Edition1.4

27 November 2014

Find photos from Flickr to use on your desktop (was Flickr Wallpaper).

Overview

DesktopWallpaper - Flickr Edition (was Flickr Wallpaper) is a utility that finds great photos from the Flickr Photo sharing website and allows you to use them as your desktop Wallpaper.

Flickr Wallpaper downloads the best photos from Flickr at regular intervals and automatically changes your desktop wallpaper. Your desktop becomes a live slideshow of the best photos the Internet has to offer.

Flickr Wallpaper will let you enjoy great shots right on your desktop.

What's new in DesktopWallpaper - Flickr Edition

Version 1.4:
  • Updated flickr engine to support HTTPS
  • Added a progress bar to the dock for photos download status
  • Added a preference setting for downloading only high definition photos
  • Added a preference setting for history length
  • Fixed an issue preventing history photos pages from working
  • Fixed random preferences window crashes
  • Improved performances and reduced memory footprint

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1 Reviews of DesktopWallpaper - Flickr Edition

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ben-marko
19 February 2011
Version: 1.2.1

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Overall very stable and really cool. The photos however are occasionally too small and appear pixelated on the screen. Preferences need to be tweaked to allow certain resolution sizes. It would also be nice to have some sort of filter to screen out objectionable images.
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ben-marko
19 February 2011
Version: 1.2.1
Overall very stable and really cool. The photos however are occasionally too small and appear pixelated on the screen. Preferences need to be tweaked to allow certain resolution sizes. It would also be nice to have some sort of filter to screen out objectionable images.
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