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Wallpaper Getter and Setter

Project description

Multiwall

Set your background on multiple monitors to random images from Unsplash, mikedrawsdota, and more.

Installation

py -3 -m pip install multiwall

Usage

py -3 -m multiwall

The default source is Unsplash, use the --source flag to change it.

py -3 -m multiwall --source 'mikedrawsdota'

As a Desktop Shortcut

  1. Create a file wallpaper.pyw with the following contents:

    import multiwall
    multiwall.main()
    
  2. Set it to Open With "C:\Windows\pyw.exe"

Examples

# 4k monitor + 1080p monitor (5760x2160 picture)
py -3 -m multiwall --monitors "3440x1440,1920x1080"

5760x2160

# 4k monitor + portait monitor
py -3 -m multiwall --monitors "3440x1440,1440x2560"

3440x1440,1440x2560

Planned Features

  • [*] Automatic monitor size detection
  • [*] Custom search parameters
  • [*] Save images without setting wallpaper
  • [ ] Favorite images

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Files for multiwall, version 1.3
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