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Discussion in 'Mac OS X Lion (10.7)' started by bmpwe, Aug 27, 2011.
I really like it and would like to use it as my normal background.
I'm not on my computer right now, but I think the update wallpaper is just a small tiled image. Check the /System/Library/CoreServices/ folder, that's where it was on 10.5/6.
Which one? If you mean the linen background thats around the edge of Mission Control, that is System > Library > CoreServices > Dock > Contents > Resources. It is background tile.png. It is meant to be tiled, just so you know. Thats why it shows up weird if you stretch it to fill a screen (most of the time)
That's it. I prefer simple or non complicated backgrounds that are not distracting. Thanks so much.
For future reference, incase anyone comes across this thread, in 10.7 the ile names are "defaultdesktop.png" and a darker version named "backgroundTile.png"