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    How to make a browser my desktop backround

    Hi, Sorry if this is not the right place but it seemed to be the best fit.

    My question: Is it possible to have firefox (or maybe a different browser) as my actual desktop backround? I am running Kubuntu 12.10
    I imaging it being very quick and convinient. (I know it's pretty quick and convinient to just click the firefox app.
    Thank You!

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    Re: How to make a browser my desktop backround

    I don't use KDE (much), but this should work. Open System Settings -> Window Behavior -> Window Rules, and click "New".

    In the first tab, for "Window title", change "Unimportant" to "Substring match", and enter "Mozila Firefox" (no quotes) in the box. In the second tab, enable "Fullscreen", change "Do Not Affect" to "Force" and tick "Yes". In the third tab, do the same to "Keep below". In the forth, "No titlebar and frame". Once done, click OK, then Apply. Open Firefox and see if it works.

    If it doesn't, or if you want to revert to default, remove the rule in Window Rules.

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    Cool Re: How to make a browser my desktop backround

    Awesome that is exactly what I wanted! Thanks

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