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    Changing folder background color

    When I open a folder, how can I change the background color from the default white to something else? I would like all of my finder windows and folders to have the same default color. I am able to do this in OS X. I'm sure there must be a way to do this in Ubuntu 8.04.

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    Cool Re: Changing folder background color

    Open the folder

    Click from the top menu Edit

    Then select Backgrounds and Emblems

    Should be self explanatory from there

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    Re: Changing folder background color

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    Re: Changing folder background color

    also keep in mind that setting the background color when using Browser mode sets the default color for all directories, while doing the same when in Spatial mode sets the background for current directory only..

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