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Discussion in 'macOS' started by GimmeSlack12, Apr 5, 2007.
I just can't seem to turn it off. For some reason it remains kinda funny to me.
I wish i had it... such a classic
I haven't seen the flying toasters saver in YEARS, since I was a kid. I don't think there's a free version for OSX, otherwise i'd have it on my iBook in a heartbeat!
Hell yes I do:
Oh how I miss that screensaver.
After Dark!! Man I miss those savers!
Would love to have those again on my MBP.
Then you better get your heart racin':
It has the classic mode and a pixelated mode. It's not the only one out there, either.
EDIT: And to answer the original question, yes I'm in love with the Flying Toasters Screensaver.
Its not available?????
Please let me share with you all then:
yeh i miss it too
I posted a link to it guys. No need to miss it anymore! POST #8
Anyone know if the full suite is out there anywhere?
I know where it is out there, but not for OSX. And I think it only runs under 9.0.4 or lower, no 9.2.2 support. PM me about it.
I found it out and about for PPC, but not intel...
I downloaded it and it won't work. It says something about "You cannot use Flying Toasters screensaver on this computer"
Thank You! Thar be Toast!
That'd be because the zip file that GimmeSlack12 linked was a PowerPC version. He zipped up an old version of the screensaver that's located in my post just before his:
This is the original developer's website, and it contains a Universal version of the screensaver. EDIT: And this reminds me that I wish they'd bring back the Flying Icons screensaver, or that the developer of the remake would make a Universal version...
Got it. Thanks!
Ah right, I suppose it was the PPC version that I had attached.
Guess you Intel folks will just have to suffer with your superior computers without flying toasters! I pity you all
It is the one and only screensaver
I love it
I can't get it to work. Everytime I go the folder where it is in the screensaver preferences panel. I get " The selected folder contains no pictures"?
EDIT: Never mind, I figured it out. Pilot error was the root problem.