Re: Really good looking screen savers....
On Wed, 7 May 1997, Sam Ockman wrote:
> Anyone know of any really good looking screen-savers...something like
> xlock, but that looks more like something Microsoft will have in Windows
Hmmm, screen-savers should be activated when there is no activity, in
other words when no one is near the screen, hence there is no meaning
for a screen-saver to be good looking. Imho a blank screen or even
better a shut off monitor is the best screen-saver. In most xservers
this is built in.
I can see one reason to have a good looking screen saver in a lock
program, that is if you are showing computers to a public audience
which is allowed to walk around freely among the computers.
I'm sorry but this doesn't really answer your question, but I so
irritated of all "cool" cpu-time-eating screen-savers...
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