Desktop Screen Saver 2.1.4
Desktop Screen Saver uses your currently selected desktop picture as the screen saver picture.
It will display your desktop picture after your Mac has been idle for awhile. If you have Desktop Pictures set to display a different picture each time you re-start your Mac, Desktop Screen Saver will make a slide show from all of the pictures. The first time you run Desktop Screen Saver, it will ask you where JPEGView is. If you have JPEGView then navigate to that program and select it. If you do not have JPEGView, you can download it from the Image Viewer section of the TUCOWS Mac site. It is freeware.
What You Need? (With version 2 of Desktop Screen Saver): Any Macintosh; 1200K of free memory; OS 8.5 or later; AppleScript 1.3 or later; JPEGView 3.31 or later; Appearance Control Panel (included in OS 8.5).
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