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How to set Chrome browser image as wallpaper in Linux?

I want to set an image in Chrome browser as desktop wallpaper without explicitly downloading the image. Something like ...
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How can I spread a wallpaper image across multiple desktops?

I'm looking for a way to strecth my wallpaper across multiple virtual desktops (workspaces). How do I achieve that in Ubuntu. Is there an option in Compiz for that?
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Have a desktop wallpaper show as one image across three monitors?

I am running Ubuntu 11.10, and I have three monitors plugged in. How can I have one single image across every single monitor plugged into the machine?
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refreshing wallpaper automagically in ubuntu 10.04

I'm looking to set my wallpaper to a picture of the earth, and would like to re-download the picture every few hours. How could I, preferably from a terminal command, refresh the background to display ...
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Where do I get wallpaper software that is based on random quotes?

I like quotes very much and would like to display it on my desktop as wallpaper. Printed quote on the middle of the plain image as desktop wallpaper. Is there any software to do this job? I know ...
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How do I automatically cycle through backgrounds in Ubuntu 9.10?

I heard this is a new feature in 9.10, but I can't figure out how to use it. If it isn't a default feature, what's the best way to go about setting it up? I prefer to have something invisible--no ...
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Desktop Earth for Ubuntu

Is there any software available for Ubuntu like Desktop Earth ? (It is actually more than wallpaper. It updates as the time of day passes.)
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how to change the desktop wallpaper automatically?

is there any software like webshots for Ubuntu .Which is used to change desktop wallpaper automatically in certain time stamp in windows
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How to fill all workspaces with one really wide image on Ubuntu?

Is there a way in Ubuntu to set a really long picture as wallpaper so each workspace would have different part of the image? I.e. the image would start on workspace 1 and continue to workspace 2, 3, ...