MyPicture Screensaver 1.1.1
MyPicture Screensaver provides the means to use a picture of your choice that bounces around on your monitor when it is not in use.
In order to choose a picture, you launch the application, go to File and Settings, then choose options such as minutes to wait and other choices. After doing that, click on the MyPicture tab then drag a picture onto the picture space. Next, you can choose background color and speed in the same box.
Please read the documentation for more detailed information.
MyPicture Screensaver should work on any Power Macintosh with Mac OS 7.6 or higher with Applescript installed and active.
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