StartupScreen Randomizer 2.0.1
StartupScreen Randomizer is a set of programs that will randomly "create" StartupScreens for you from a folder of pictures.
Place the "SUSR INIT" file in your system folder's Extensions folder. Launch the SUSR application to change the preferences.
You can also launch the "Change StartupScreen" application to alternatively change the screen.
For more detailed information, including on updates, please read the documentation or visit the home page.
Because of the high memory requirements, you should have at least 48 megs of virtual memory on your computer. StartupScreen Randomizer is also PowerPC only. 68K machines usually dont have enough memory, anyway. It also requires Quicktime from Apple Computer installed to decomress GIF, and JPEG images. If it's not installed, you wont be able to open those types of pictures (only PICT files).
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