In 2015, I finally solved the problem by building an app called Backgroundifier, which converted arbitrary-size images into wallpapers by superimposing them onto attractive, blurred backgrounds. By pairing an Automator Folder Action with the native wallpaper cycling functionality of macOS, I could now drop arbitrary images into a directory on my desktop and have them automatically show up in my wallpaper rotation. Peeking at an image was as simple as invoking the Show Desktop shortcut, and if I wanted to see something new, all I had to do was switch to a new Space.
For several years, this scheme worked perfectly fine. But recently, my collection had grown to over 500 images, and I found myself bumping into some slight annoyances. For example, I had no way to retrieve the filename of the current wallpaper, to remove an image from rotation, or to mark it as a favorite. Every maintenance task had to be performed manually.
BackgroundifierBuddy expects your images to be organized into two directories: one containing your source images, and the other containing their converted, Backgroundified counterparts. This latter directory should be the directory selected for your wallpaper rotation in System Preferences.
With automatic conversion enabled, images dropped into the Source directory are immediately converted into wallpapers in the Output directory, just so long as the app is running. This means that obscure Folder Actions are no longer necessary for automatic conversion to work.
Finally, Refresh Wallpaper Cache restarts the Dock (which seems to sometimes be necessary to update the wallpaper rotation with new images), while Toggle Desktop Icons shows and hides the icons on your desktop for better image visibility.
Three new wallpapers showed up in iOS 14.0, each with dark and light versions, while iOS 14.2 added eight more. Each iPhone also has live wallpapers catered specifically for it. However, none of Apple's wallpapers are dynamic. That means they won't change automatically based on certain conditions, such as what time of day it is. MacOS's do, though, and you can get those working on your iPhone.
Aside from that, you'll also need the shortcut and wallpapers found below. If you removed the Shortcuts app for some reason, you'll want to get that back for this. Then, make sure "Allow Untrusted Shortcuts" is toggled on in the "Shortcuts" settings.
The shortcut you'll be using in a little bit is already configured to use the image files you've just downloaded onto your iPhone from the "Shortcuts" folder in your iCloud Drive. You could keep the Big Sur wallpapers in any folder in the Files app, then change the image locations in the shortcut's actions, but it's easier just to move the wallpapers into the "Shortcuts" folder.
Now it's time to download the Dynamic Wallpaper shortcut that will choose the wallpapers in the background. You can download the shortcut using the direct link below. This link fixes a small error in Reddit user apoch8000's original Dynamic Wallpaper version 2 shortcut.
The shortcut above isn't enough to switch wallpapers on your iPhone. That's where automation comes in. In the Shortcuts app, tap "Automation" at the bottom to start. If you don't have any other automations, tap "Create Personal Automation." If you do, tap the plus (+) icon, then "Create Personal Automation."
Then, edit the shortcut, replacing the names of the eight image files with the new files' names. The numbers on each file will correspond to their placement in the shortcut, matching the numbers in the current image names, making it easier to make sure the wallpapers are in the right spot for the time of day.
Ever wanted to cycle automatically between two or more different desktop wallpapers? With Microsoft Windows 7, it's easy! So easy, in fact, that this home-computing how-to from the folks at Britec can present a complete overview of the process in just over two minutes. For more information, including detailed, step-by-step instructions, take a look.
I suspect you will have to search beyond these forums for a solution. It would probably require hacking into the system files which will be 20x as hard as it used to be given that with Big Sur those are now tightly locked away in their own partition on your drive.
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Many of the old wallpapers that have been available by default in older versions of Mac OS X are now gone in OS X Lion. A few others have been added. Like many Mac users, I enjoy the easy customization that OS X allows. I do have to admit, though, that I really like the desktop picture set included in OS X Lion and I have yet to tire of them.
A tilt-shift lens gives you the control and option to manipulate the depth and perspective of your picture according to your liking without moving a lot. You can simply change the direction and settings of the lens to get the effect while you stay in the same position. However, the camera only allows you slight rotation, so
I came across these beautiful wallpapers while browsing +Guy Kawasaki's Google+ stream. Basically, someone combined Calvin and Hobbes with the OS X Lion desktop wallpaper to make some truly fun artwork. Click on the link for access to the full-resolution wallpapers.
So switching to a black, or very dark, wallpaper can save you battery life on certain phones (mostly Android models). There may be a few live wallpapers that involve moving very dark objects across a very dark background, but let us assume they are exceedingly rare.
The other live wallpaper drain, then, is CPU usage. The nature of the generally free-to-experiment Android market makes it hard to judge all live wallpapers together. Some are studiously, seriously efficient with system resources, and some were absolutely thrown together over a weekend and ride the graphics and processor chips like a vengeful cowboy.
There are hundreds of wallpapers for Windows, but it can be hard to find the perfect one. We have curated a list of the best animated wallpapers for Windows 10 to give you the best options to customize your desktop.
Cars are a popular choice for wallpapers. Everyone dreams of driving a powerful machine that hugs the road and reaches completely-not-legal speeds. This depiction of a sports car in front of a distant urban environment is the fulfillment of that fantasy.
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If you love keeping photos as wallpapers, you are going to love this new watchOS 8 feature. You can now set Portrait mode photos as Apple watch face. And the most fantastic thing is it will be dynamic, i.e., every time you raise your wrist or tap the display, a new photo will appear. 2b1af7f3a8