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Andrew Boulos
from Toronto | Canada
September 3, 2023, 12:38pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 79
Hello! When can we expect a screensaver for the M2 Mac? Thanks so much,

Andrew
John Schleer
from West Seneca | NY
August 4, 2023, 6:21pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 78
Just an FYI ...

I found that Starfield 47 full screen button does not work in Firefox anymore, it's fine in Chrome.
Just wanted to let you know.
Please keep up the Great Work
Thank you
GamingBar
from Germany
August 3, 2023, 1:53pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 77
System 47 Voyager Style

Hello. I've been using System 47 as a screensaver for a long time and wanted to ask if you can swap the animation from the Enterprise E with the Voyager
Guille
from Argentina
July 30, 2023, 11:26am (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 76
Thanks and suggestions

Hi there, this is just to say I love System 47, and often I must remind myself no to touch the computer screen when the screensaver is on. I'd love it if you could add a version which included the MSD for the Enterprise D as well as some higher resolution space images. Excellent work, and thank you!
Akeel1701
from Glasgow | Scotland
July 26, 2023, 4:53am (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 75
Hi there
I used to have this for Mac OS X 10.9 / 10.10 but havnae been able to use it since then.
Any chance we can have this screensaver for Mac OS X 10.13, or at least show us how to make a screensaver for 10.13
Cheers
ASkeel1701
Stephan
from Germany
June 15, 2023, 7:39pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 74
Its very nice. Really, i love it. But after a few minutes of running, the screensaver is only showing the Enterprise E System Diagnostics... Animation is shown, event ended and then it starts again. Thats very dissappointing (hope i wrote it correctly, its not my origin language big grin )
Mario Schuurmans
from Overpelt | België
June 15, 2023, 5:39pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 73
frame

Also,

On my second screen there is a white frame al the way around the screensaver. It's not on my other screen.

It does not do this when I run the file from my Downloads folder.
It does when I run it from c:windows

Regards,
Mario
Mario Schuurmans
from Overpelt | België
June 15, 2023, 5:36pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 72
More Screensavers

Hey,

Please convert the others also to screensavers.
I would like to change it up now and again.

Regards,
Mario
Belgium
*** Linux
May 22, 2023, 11:03am (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 71

Joe posted on 07.05.2023 | 19:40:

New found popularity

It is very disappointing to see that your cool screensaver has new found popularity all due to a Linux user showing off how to run your ancient screensaver under Linux and yet you come out with new updated versions of it and don't make a Linux version. Yeah, thanks Linux community for bringing new life to our screensaver...now piss off.

3 years ago when Chris Titus first showed this off I installed it on my Manjaro KDE Laptop right away. Now years later I have had a new laptop for over two years now but had forgotten about this as I had moved on to flying toasters. A recent system update reset my screensaver and I decided to try the lcars again only to discover I never reinstalled it. I came to download a new copy and was pleasantly surprised (at first) to discover you were working on it again. It was short lived excitement when I discovered you just ignored all of us in the Linux community.

I understand this is free and you don't have to do anything but how hard would it have been to do a Linux port? If you can code for both Windows and MacOS you would seem to have the skills required to port it to Linux. For now I have downloaded the classic version and it is working under Wine just as before. It's pretty disappointing though to see Linux get the cold shoulder though. The Linux kernel runs the majority of the worlds smartphones, single board computers like the Rasberry pi, the majority of the servers that run the entire internet and even hundreds of thousands of Valves SteamDeck gaming handhelds yet where is the love on the desktop?
*** Linux and *** you!! If you want it so bad port it yourself!! It’s kinda ***ed up that you get something for free but you have to complain why it’s not tailored for your needs!!
Joe
May 7, 2023, 7:40pm (Eastern Time Zone)
Post # 70
New found popularity

It is very disappointing to see that your cool screensaver has new found popularity all due to a Linux user showing off how to run your ancient screensaver under Linux and yet you come out with new updated versions of it and don't make a Linux version. Yeah, thanks Linux community for bringing new life to our screensaver...now piss off.

3 years ago when Chris Titus first showed this off I installed it on my Manjaro KDE Laptop right away. Now years later I have had a new laptop for over two years now but had forgotten about this as I had moved on to flying toasters. A recent system update reset my screensaver and I decided to try the lcars again only to discover I never reinstalled it. I came to download a new copy and was pleasantly surprised (at first) to discover you were working on it again. It was short lived excitement when I discovered you just ignored all of us in the Linux community.

I understand this is free and you don't have to do anything but how hard would it have been to do a Linux port? If you can code for both Windows and MacOS you would seem to have the skills required to port it to Linux. For now I have downloaded the classic version and it is working under Wine just as before. It's pretty disappointing though to see Linux get the cold shoulder though. The Linux kernel runs the majority of the worlds smartphones, single board computers like the Rasberry pi, the majority of the servers that run the entire internet and even hundreds of thousands of Valves SteamDeck gaming handhelds yet where is the love on the desktop?
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