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I cannot get the screen saver pref panel to use my iPhoto library as a source for its images. Is there a way to do this?
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You can to set the desktop picture from iPhoto, but you cannot add iPhoto to the screensavers, because they are photos and not screensavers in iPhoto.
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I got mine to display my iPhoto images. System Preferences > Desktop and Screen Saver > Screen Saver > iPhoto. It this doesn't work for you, make a folder of all of the images you want on as your screen saver and then go into the Screen Saver pane and click the "+" button. Navigate to your folder that you made of the pictures you want. That should do the trick. Good luck!
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I stand corrected... it is in there as slide show, collage, and mosaic!
Silly me
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