Can't get Finder folder background to stick

Discussion in 'macOS' started by fongyuen, Nov 11, 2008.

  1. fongyuen macrumors 6502

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    recently migrated to a new mbp so i didn't have this problem before, but i would set a background pic to my Home folder, turn off or reboot and the next time osx starts up, the pic would be gone and i would have to set it again, very annoying, anyone know how to fix this? thanks.
     
  2. themoonisdown09 macrumors 601

    themoonisdown09

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    #2
    Once you changed the background of the Finder, did you tell it to use it as the defaults?

    Edit: Also make sure that all the Finder windows are closed. Then open up 1 Finder window and change the settings on that.
     
  3. fongyuen thread starter macrumors 6502

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    i tried setting it as the default but then every time i opened a window in finder, it had the background, which is not what i want, i only wanted it for that home folder. i have tried it with just one window opened, but every time i reboot, it has to be redone. :/
     
  4. 3rdfinger macrumors newbie

    3rdfinger

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    #4
    have you tried repairing your disk permissions?

    if not, here's how.
    APPLICATIONS > UTILITIES > DISK UTILITY
    click on your harddrive on the left, click repair disk permissions.

    restart the machine, test it.
     
  5. fongyuen thread starter macrumors 6502

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    hmm, well, i did repairing the permissions and it repaired a bunch of stuff, rebooted, setting still didn't stick. repaired again, rebooted, still the same. under view options, it just keeps going back to White instead of staying on Picture.
     

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