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Feature Request Online Specialty Provider: Current Month/Season and Current Time of Day and Current Weather

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rhamille
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It would be great if we have a combined option for "Current Month/Season and Current Time of Day and Current Weather"

Load Image Example
Location : New York
Current Condition : December Nightime snow

Results to wallpapers related to a snowy xmas evening images

Is there a workaround in the current version?
Feb 16, 2019  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on WallpaperFusion.com
Interesting idea! There isn't currently a way to do this, but we've put it on our feature request list for future consideration.

Thanks!
Feb 19, 2019  • #2
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rhamille
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Awesome!

Some additional and related request:

1. Also having an option to specify wallpaper sizes across the sources (if possible) for ex. 4K, Panoramic, Dual Screen, Triple Screen, etc.

Right now my laptop is on 3000 x 2000 with two 1080 monitors, I used the combine with #1 option but the image quality when stretch out starts to get pixelated. While this output is expected, but I guess having a higher resolution wallpaper can be a workaround.

2. Using local images for Current Month/Season and Current Time of Day and Current Weather.

Basically If I want to curate my own panoramic wallpapers, being able select folders and/or specific time slots for would be a great start.

For ex. these local folders get used as source automatically based on the time of day

Sunrise (3am - 9am)
Daytime (9am - 3pm)
Sunset (3pm - 9pm)
Nightime (9pm - 3am)

and optionally set a sub-folder for specific month

Sunrise (3am - 9am)
Daytime (9am - 3pm)
- December
Sunset (3pm - 9pm)
Nightime (9pm - 3am)
Feb 20, 2019 (modified Feb 20, 2019)  • #3
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