Easily create desktop wallpaper slideshows with Pictoric
Wallpapers are a relevant aspect of a desktop, pleasing the user's eye and adding a plus for usability, especially on Unity, that, due to its chameleonic behavior, pushes the average desktop wallpaper color into its "texture".
Nevertheless, sometimes the user is caught in the "trap" of multiple fancy wallpapers, and thus not being able to select just one wallpaper for the desktop, consequently, a probable solution is a wallpaper slideshow.
Pictoric is a handy utility that presents the user a minimalistic interface useful to start a desktop wallpaper slideshow in a matter of seconds, constantly displaying wallpapers related to a period of time, period of time tweakable in its settings.
Pictoric's usage is definitely hassle-free, after launching the tool, its main view automatically loads and exposes the images from
Pictures (the default behavior), furthermore, via the top-right drop-down menu, different folders are to be selected.
Selecting the user's desired time interval (selecting 1, means a different wallpaper is displayed/changed after 1 minute) and clicking
Apply launches the desktop slideshow.
How do we install Pictoric 2.2?
Download the .deb package and install it via Ubuntu Software Center.