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Introducing Econ, the screensaver that uses your icons!
Note: This screenshot is UGLY. Screen capture just wouldn’t capture a smooth image…
Click on the screenshot to get a nice QuickTime preview of the screensaver.
Econ is Leopard-only and requires a decent graphics card & CPU.
Update: In Snow Leopard, you need to launch System Preferences in 32-bit mode in order to be able to select Econ from the list of screensavers. To open System Preferences in 32-bit mode, right-click on its icon, choose Get Info and check the Open In 32-bit Mode checkbox.
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