I want to download a wallpaper as a file on my pc to use, but dont know where to find it.
z4-n last edited by
I've started using a Opera GX mod recently, and I really admire the wallpaper. Wanting to use it as my own (on my desktop) I searched the web for the exact wallpaper, and I also searched for it in the app files. However, I still can't seem to find it. If anyone can guide me on how to find it I'd really appreciate it. Thank you.
(The wallpaper name is Damascus Triple Black.)
sgunhouse Moderator Volunteer last edited by
@z4-n If it's your current wallpaper, then it's already on your computer. see Help > About Opera for the location of your "profile". On most versions of Windows this is a hidden folder, but if you copy and paste it into a file explorer it opens fine. You'll see a folder named "themes" there, your wallpapers are compressed files in that directory. If you open any theme you'll find a setup file and an image or video file (for animated wallpapers).
z4-n last edited by
@sgunhouse I've checked there and it shows me the default and installed themes on my browser sure, but it doesn't show the one coming from the mod.
So in other words, it shows the Default Themes and the Themes i've personally added, but doesn't show the mods. (Aka the mods shown on opera://mods/?modded=theme)
burnout426 Volunteer last edited by
Mods are basically extensions, so their files are in the "Extensions" folder in the profile folder.
pranisht last edited by
any update how to , I'm searching for same thing but cant seem to get my hand on
Dogmaker last edited by
@pranisht It's in the extensions folder on your computer. Here are the steps to get there:
- Go to the opera logo in the top left.
- Go to the help option at the bottom, then go to About Opera
- Copy the profile path under the paths subheading.
- Do Windows button+R (I don't know what it is on mac)
- Paste the profile path and press OK
- Search for the extensions file
- This part is tricky because (as of now) none of the extensions have any names. I recommend sorting the themes by recently modified and figuring it out from there. Good luck!
SYCOINFERNO last edited by leocg
psyconic last edited by
A .webm file of the wallpaper. Hope it helps!