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OS 10.4 - Multiple Screen Savers


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Hello, I have a PowerbookG4 and would like to know if there is a way to run different screen savers depending on if my laptop is plugged in or not.

I ask this because I like using a resource heavy screen saver, but when the computer is unplugged, I would like to save energy and use a blank screen or the flurry.

All I notice is the ability to run no saver, or a random. Does anyone know of a method to run specific savers wether plugged in or not?

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I've never seen anything like that.
Of course, you can just set the display to sleep after a pre-defined time when running under battery power.

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