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  • Vincent OrbackVincent Orback, 8 months ago

    Really nice! How does one go about making screen savers for mac? Xcode?

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  • , 7 months ago

    I originally posted about this side project of mine a couple of years ago. The four new screen savers I've made since then are all focused on telling time, and they're inspired by things I hope other designers will find visually appealing.

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  • Kemie GuaidaKemie Guaida, 8 months ago

    A couple of weeks ago I found myself hunting for a screensaver and had the hardest time finding one that I liked and that still worked. Thanks for these, I'm sure my new favorite is among them.

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    • , 8 months ago

      I hope so! Now I just need to work on some SEO stuff so it becomes easier for other people to find them.

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  • Dav ▩Dav ▩, 8 months ago

    These look pretty rad

    Sadly ‘SSS-001 SMPTE Color Bars’ doesn't seem to work any longer under current macOS(es) [High Sierra 10.13.4]

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    • Bjorn Johansson, 8 months ago

      All my screen savers work on High Sierra. Sometimes a message shows up saying a screen saver doesn't work on a specific OS version, but that message is actually never correct. It has something to do with the interoperability of Swift and Obj C. Usually closing and re-opening System Preferences will do the trick to get it working. Sometimes restarting the computer is required. It's annoying because I don't always know what causes it, but again, it has nothing to do with High Sierra.

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      • Dav ▩Dav ▩, 8 months ago

        Thank you. This indeed is/was a very weird error. (Relaunching System Preferences did the trick.)

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