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Purposefully Non-specified Folders Ending Up In Wallpaper Rotation

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My coworker and I are big fans of your software, so thank you very much for all your work!

Lately, I've been having a bit of an issue with the Wallpaper Management. My coworker lovingly put pictures of My Little Ponies into our shared 1080p Wallpaper folder, and maybe it's just my luck, but every other picture on my desktop was a #^&$*% pony. I reorganized the folder and quarantined the ponies to their own subfolder - I did the same with everything else, so there were no pictures left in the root. Then I went and removed the root folder from the Wallpaper Manager list and added all the subfolders - with the exception of the "Effing Ponies" folder :P Much to my chagrin, I'm still seeing ponies all over my desktop. It's as if they're haunting me.

I don't know how else to change the settings to exclude that folder. Like I said, the root folder is no longer selected, so it shouldn't be pulling it in as a subfolder automatically. The folder is shared through Dropbox, but (obviously) I'm using my local copy to provide the wallpaper - I don't know if that would matter anyway.

Any thoughts?

Thanks so much,

Mar 27, 2013  • #1
Keith Lammers (BFS)'s profile on
It sounds like you've configured it correctly, so we'll definitely need to look into it further. Could you send me a screenshot of the folder structure, as well as a screenshot of the list of folders in the wallpaper window so that I can try and setup a similar test scenario here? Note that the attachments on forum posts are protected by default, so no other customers will be able to see your screenshots :)
Mar 28, 2013  • #2
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