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ShortcutToMoncton Jan 8, 2013 09:20 PM
Combining standard ML screensavers?
Out of mild curiosity, can the standard screensaver images be combined into one screensaver? There are 3 or 4 different choices - Nat. Geo, Aerial, Cosmos, etc. - but there are only perhaps 10 images for each. All the images are nice and I'd rather have them combined into one but can't see a way to do so. Is there? Thanks.
ibook_steve Jan 9, 2013 02:46 PM
Take the photos (I don't know their location; somebody should be able to chime in), put them all in a folder or iPhoto, and point the screensaver to that location.

shifuimam Jan 9, 2013 02:57 PM
If it's like previous versions of OS X, the images are stored in .SlideSaver files in /System/Library/Screen Savers. Open that directory, right-click on any of the SlideSaver files, and select "show package contents". You can then copy the images out of the screensavers to your chosen location.
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