SetDTPictureCM is a contextual menu and service utility to set, restore and find the desktop picture. The classic CM also remembers pictures previously set.
In particular it performs the following functions:
- Sets the desktop picture to the file you control click on in the Finder. The menu item's name is "Set Desktop Picture To"*
- Locates the current file that is serving as the desktop picture. This menu items always displays. The menu item's name is "Reveal Desktop Picture"
- Reverts to the last desktop picture. This menu item displays whenever this contextual menu was used to set the desktop picture. The menu item's name is "Reset Desktop Picture"
- The classic contextual menu keeps track of all files used by itself to set the desktop picture in a submenu labelled "Recent Desktop Pictures" Selecting an item from this submenu will set the desktop picture to that file. So it maintains a history of desktop pictures.
SetDTPictureCM is part of the Limit Point Software "Utilities Bundle." Visit the Utilities home page at: http://www.limit-point.com/Utilities.html for a list of all the software available. Updates are always free, and new products always included.
*Limit Point Software is aware that Mac OS X 10.6 has a similar service named "Set Desktop Picture." However not everyone is using 10.6, and moreover, this service performs two other services.