Originally Posted by mushroomboy
Idk =( I don't use wallpapertray, I just use the xfce settings. Nautilus and xfce? xfce's default file browser is thunar...
Thanks for trying
Yes, Thunar is the default Xfce file manager but you can (amazingly, as I found out by accident) have nautilus run the desktop (just the wallpaper bit, leaving Xfce running the panels etc. and using Thunar as the file manager) and this has the effect of a (imperfect) workaround for wallpapertray not working with Xfce.
I don't want to go there and only mentioned it because wallpapertray started working for me and I posted about it before figuring out how it worked.
So it looks like wallpapertray is a nautilus-only application and it's time to try something else for that eye-candy. Drapes, maybe.
The fact that you can simultaneously run Thunar and nautilus under Xfce indicates how successful freedesktop.org
have been at promoting componentisation and standardised interfaces.