I am fairly new to manjaro and linux in general. Been trying to set up two wallpapers on my two monitors but so far no luck.I have tried tried applications like hydra paper but since i am using one of my monitors as a vertical one permanently, that and similar apps have no flip wallpaper option so i cant flip it to be properly on my vertical monitor instead it goes always on the side, even if the wallpaper it self is vertical.
Can some one tell me a solution where i can flip my wallpaper for the second monitor ? Maybe something similar to hydra paper but with more options ? Been struggling for weeks to find something of that sort and is driving me crazy lol.
It is no good, I want to put different wallpapers for each monitor and it wont let me do that.
Id be glad if some one has a working solution somewhere, it is crazy that simple thing like that does not exist
How do you get all these options, after downloading the app i only get a very basic set of tools that has nothing from what you described. I cant even chose what monitor to put my image at, i can only chose one. (i have no clue how to include pictures here, when i upload them from pc or link it tells me i cant upload anything here …)
I’ve used nitrogen to set background on i3 and looking at the options it does not seem to be able to do what you need, antoher popular option to use with i3 is feh. The standard installation from the extra repo has multi monitor builtin and has jpegexiforient as a optional dependency. It does need some reading of the options to see if it can work in your use case. $ man feh
I’m not aware of a gui to do what you describe. This search will give you some ideas on how to use it.