Control screensaver and wallpaper?
Wingfool you fat! I mean, Wingfat you fool!
Line from Woody Allen's movie "What's Up Tiger Lilly?"
Has command line:
debug - displays annoying debugging messages.
delay=xxxx - sets xxxx (any number) as the delay, in milliseconds, between double-clicking the icon and running the screen saver. This prevents the saver from closing right away if your hand is still moving the mouse. Default is 150.
kill - exits SaverNow right after it loads. Combined with the run option it allows you to simply activate your saver from the command line.
loadatstartup - the same as checking the Load At Startup menu option. Other options are saved as startup command line.
nosplash - bypasses that little bit of info that appears for a few seconds when you load SaverNow. If you don't want to wait a few seconds for this window to disappear, you can also just click on it.
notips - skips the Tip of the Day when SaverNow starts.
password - turns screen saver password protection on or off.
randomchoose - sets a random screen saver as the current Windows screen saver.
randomlaunch - launches a random screen saver immediately.
randomonactivate , randomonclick , randomonload - same as the corresponding Set Random Saver menu options.
run - runs the current screen saver immediately.
saver - sets Windows screen saver activation on or off.
setsaver=filename.scr - sets 'filename.scr' as the current Windows screen saver. Screen saver files reside in the Windows or System folder, and have a ".scr" extension. Filename should not include the path to the file. The user is responsible for setting a legal saver filename.
Plus (very nice extra's)...
You can 'record' different actions to:
All 4 screen corners, and all 4 ways of clicking on it's tray icon...
I use the hotkey-function and/or the bottom right corner to activate a random screensaver (short 'away'), or let it timeout, or I doubleclick the trayicon, then it runs Lock 'n Clock screensaver... (soon to be replaced with my own 'unbreakable' AutoHotkey screensaver) :wink: