SaverLab - Run screensaver modules in regular windows
Version: 1.7.4SaverLab runs Mac OS X screensaver modules in regular windows. It allows you to run multiple modules simultaneously, pause, single step, and control the speed of the animations, and save animations as QuickTime movies.
Operating System: Mac OS X
When SaverLab launches, it locates all available screensaver modules and lists them in the "Modules" menu. Selecting a module from this menu opens a window in which the module runs. You can open any number of windows, including multiple copies of the same module, and they will all run simultaneously.
You can resize the windows to any size you like; resizing will cause the screensaver to restart. You can also double-click a screensaver module in the Finder to open it.
SaverLab looks for screensaver modules in the same folders as does the Screen Saver Preferences panel. If you can see a screensaver in System Preferences, it should also be accessible in SaverLab. By default, the list of available modules is automatically updated every time SaverLab becomes the foreground application.
This behavior can cause a short delay and can be disabled in the preferences window. The "Update List" command in the Modules menu will manually update the list of modules.
What's New in This Release:
· Built as universal binary for PowerPC and Intel processors.
· Fixed display bugs when user interface scaling is active in Tiger.