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Error trying to load deleted image...

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Bill Zvonar
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Using Pro v3.3.1

I deleted a couple of images from my wallpaper folder, and DisplayFusion complains that it can't find them:

"An error has occurred while trying to load this image".

This seems to be unaffected by the setting "Warn me if my wallpaper needs adjusting".
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Nov 10, 2011  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Was that image set as the current wallpaper when you deleted it, and then went into the Wallpaper Configuration? If so, that would definitely cause this error, as DisplayFusion won't know that it's been deleted. However, if you delete an image that's set as the current wallpaper, then right-click the System Tray icon and go to Desktop Wallpaper Settings > Load Next Image, you shouldn't receive the error.

Thanks!
Nov 10, 2011  • #2
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Bill Zvonar
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I actually get two of these errors (for 2 different files that I deleted).

Btw, I should've mentioned that I had the Image Mode set to "Randomly change using images from my computer", and had added a folder (which previously contained those 2 images).

I just thought to try switching Image Mode to "Use 1 image", but it still complains about the 2 files that I've deleted. This is all the more odd to me, since it should't be looking for them at all any more.
Nov 11, 2011  • #3
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Ok, just want to make sure I have the steps to reproduce correct:
  • Set the wallpaper to "Randomly load images from my computer"
  • Delete images from a folder
  • Add that folder to DF and click Apply, then the error appears?
If my steps are incorrect, could you post the steps just so I can make sure I'm testing the same way as you? Could you also post a screen shot of the full Wallpaper Config window when the error is on the screen?

Thanks!
Nov 11, 2011  • #4
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