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Wallpaper Wizard 2 Frequently Asked Questions
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Can I try Wallpaper Wizard 2 for free?Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
Can I use Wallpaper Wizard 2 offline?
Initially, Wallpaper Wizard 2 keeps all background collections in the cloud. It means that you need to be online to update its picture library and view new backgrounds.
If you’d like to keep Wallpaper Wizard rolling backgrounds while you’re offline, just add more pictures and collections to your Roll first. The app temporarily stores pictures from the Roll to your Mac and lets you enjoy bright desktop pictures even when you have no Internet access.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
Can Wallpaper Wizard 2 change pictures randomly?
Yes, to mix up all pictures in the Roll, go to the Roll tab and click the shuffle button. That’s all you need to do.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
How do I change a wallpaper?
Wallpaper Wizard 2 allows you to change wallpapers both manually and automatically, with a preset frequency.
Set Wallpaper Wizard 2 to change backgrounds automatically
First, create a library of backgrounds that will replace one another:
- Add a collection to the Roll: open the collection on the Explore or Favorites tab and click Add to Roll next to its title. All pictures of this collection will be added to the Roll tab and start replacing one another on your display.
- Add one picture to the Roll: open a collection, hover over a picture you’d like to add and click .
Then, start rolling pictures on your desktop:
- If the Roll is empty when you add pictures, Wallpaper Wizard starts changing your desktop background immediately. You don’t need to take any more steps.
- If you have already used Wallpaper Wizard’s Roll and stopped it, click Play on the Roll tab or in Wallpaper Wizard Menu.
Set a picture as a permanent wallpaper (keep it on your desktop nonstop)
If you’ve found an excellent picture for the background and don’t want any others, click on the picture’s preview and then click Set Desktop Picture at the bottom of the window.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
I have several displays. Can I set different backgrounds?
Wallpaper Wizard 2 can manage as many displays as your Mac can have connected. Moreover, you can set each display to have a unique background.
Read more about how to configure Wallpaper Wizard 2 multi-display behavior here.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
How do I set wallpapers for multiple desktops?
By default, Wallpaper Wizard 2 automatically changes the background of a currently active desktop (virtual workspace on your Mac) to a current picture in the Roll. In particular, as you switch among desktops, the app sets the same picture as a wallpaper on every desktop you open. If you set a permanent wallpaper, Wallpaper Wizard uses it as the background on every desktop you open afterwards (Wallpaper Wizard or its Menu must be launched).
If you want to disable the feature, open the Roll tab and click the gear button. Then, deselect the "Set wallpapers on all desktops" checkbox.
Here you can find out more about how to roll and change wallpapers on multiple displays and desktops.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
Is there any way to save my favorite pictures?
Wallpaper Wizard 2 has a dedicated tab for keeping your favorites. However, to access this functionality, you’ll need to log in with your Wallpaper Wizard 2 account (or create a new one) on the Favorites tab.
After you have authorized with Wallpaper Wizard 2, your selected pictures get synchronized across all your Macs with the same Wallpaper Wizard account.
To add a picture to Favorites, hover over a picture’s preview and then click on .
To add a collection to Favorites, open a collection and click next to the collection title.
In a nutshell, every time you click on a star, the item it belongs to goes to Favorites.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
How do I remove a collection or picture from the Roll?
To remove a picture from the Roll, hover over it and point to the checkmark button . As it changes to , click the button.
To remove a collection from the Roll, hover over a picture that belongs to the collection you’d like to remove, and then click Open in Collection . Now, point to the checkmark button next to the collection title and, as it changes to , click the button.
If you’d like to see the picture on your display after a while, you’d better add it to Favorites. Otherwise, you may need to spend some time trying to find it again.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
How much disk space do I need for storing Wallpaper Wizard 2 pictures?
Wallpaper Wizard 2 collections contain only high-quality HD images that indeed may occupy a lot of disk space. But don’t worry, most of Wallpaper Wizard 2 resources are kept in the cloud, while your Mac temporary stores only those pictures that are currently played in the Roll.
Moreover, after you remove a picture from the Roll, Wallpaper Wizard automatically cleans up its cache along with this image and thus becomes lighter.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
A picture on my desktop has frozen, why?
Probably, Wallpaper Wizard 2 is on pause. It could’ve stopped rolling pictures if you’ve set some particular picture as a permanent wallpaper (clicked Set Desktop Wallpaper). Or, maybe you just have no pictures in the Roll (one picture is not enough too).
Read here about how to add pictures and make them roll on your display.
To make a desktop background change again, choose Wallpaper Wizard 2 Menu > Play Roll.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
What are minimum system requirements?
You need macOS 10.11 or higher and around 80 MB of free disk space.Was this article helpful?Help us improve our Support Center.Thanks for the feedback!
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