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I was watching techTV last week and they introduced a niffty ability that Mac OSX has which is giving the user the ability to use a screensaver as their backgroud. I was wondering if that is possible in linux (kde 3.1)? I know that windows has that ability by installing a program called Dreamscape (sp?). So is there one for linux or am I limited to my background image changing every 60 minutes? Thanks in advance.
Hey, I use the code from the other thread that you linked to, and it does that, but only on an X background (like if I JUST have xserver running), so if I use GNOME or KDE, that just goes on top of it.