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Fedora: How to expand the list of colors for the desktop background?

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I'm running gnome3, and I'm missing a feature to expand the table of colors which gnome offers for changing the gnome3 desktop background color (for example adding "black" to this table).

posted Mar 19, 2015 by anonymous

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