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How to change wallpaper settings in Gnome 3

There is surprisingly not any GUI option in Gnome 3 by default to change wallpaper settings. I use “dconf-editor” for this purpose. It is possible to center, scale, tile or stretch a wallpaper by using it.

“dconf-editor” can be found in the main repositories of Debian. Once you installed it, open dconf-editor, and navigate to: org -> gnome -> desktop -> background. There you will see the pop-up menu which let you make arrangements on your wallpaper.

Source: https://ask.fedoraproject.org/en/question/24825/on-gnome3-how-can-i-center-an-image-as-my-wallpaper-or-maybe-stretch-or-tile-it/

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