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25 Jul 2010   #1

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Is this normal? >personalization>wallpaper>names

I followed this
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 http://www.neowin.net/news/main/09/07/28/creating-custom-wallpaper-collections-in-windows-7
It worked perfectly but wallpapers are showed with names.

Is there anyway I can remove their names & show only images like in other thumbnail?

PS - I deleted the reg key created during neowin.net tut.




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25 Jul 2010   #2

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Anyone ??
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25 Jul 2010   #3
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Making your personal wallpapers is not such a difficult thing as described in the link. Place your wallpapers in a folder. Now, right click on the desktop, personalize, and select wallpapers. Beside the picture location, there is the browse button. Click on it to browse to the folder containing your walls. Now adjust the position and shuffle, and click on save changes.

In my computer, there is folder containing birds' pictures. I am setting this folder as the windows wallpaper collection now ... like this screenshot.

You may have a System Restore to get rid of the registry edit , using a just previous restore point .


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25 Jul 2010   #4

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Quote   Quote: Originally Posted by Arc View Post
Making your personal wallpapers is not such a difficult thing as described in the link. Place your wallpapers in a folder. Now, right click on the desktop, personalize, and select wallpapers. Beside the picture location, there is the browse button. Click on it to browse to the folder containing your walls. Now adjust the position and shuffle, and click on save changes.

In my computer, there is folder containing birds' pictures. I am setting this folder as the windows wallpaper collection now ... like this screenshot.

You may have a System Restore to get rid of the registry edit , using a just previous restore point .
Thank for the reply. Sorry for not being clear. I know how to add wallpaper to the personalization. Acc. to the Noewin.net thing I jut created one reg key (and a sub key) which I later deleted. Thu leaving the registry to it pristine state.

The only thing is that I cannot remove the image names a shown in thumbnail above even with system restore
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25 Jul 2010   #5

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bump

No image name @ preview of image thumbnails in Personalization.

The above thumbnails ~ one is mine & one is original i.e. without file names which I want.
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27 Jul 2010   #6

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Someone must know how to remove those image name. Please help me out!!
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