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Over the past few days I have been messing around with my dock. For instance, I changed the "show in finder" option to "enter the matrix." However, this is rather trivial. I am a big fan of the matrix, and have several scrolling code screen savers. A moment ago I had a fun idea. If only there were some way to rig a dock option "enter the matrix" to activate the scrolling code screen saver. I realize it's only computer trivia, but hey, I think it will be a fun project.

If anyone has any thoughts on how to go about this, without disemboweling my systems files to the point where Finder crashes and I have to reinstall the operating system, I would would be very grateful to hear them.

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