Cupids 3D Valentines Day Screensaver
|License:||Free to try|
|Op. System:||Windows XP/2000/98/Me/NT|
|File size:||541 KB|
Publisher description for Cupids 3D Valentines Day Screensaver
To get to the settings screen go to Display options in Control Panel and in the Screen Saver section click on Settings. This brings up the UC3D settings screen where you can set the countdown and display settings. To get to the settings for this screen saver Select It in the Installed Modules list and click the button. The following configuration options are available. (It is recommended that you play with the options to find what runs best on your PC and what you think looks best): Display Countdown To Valentine's Day: With this turned on a countdown to February 14th of the current year will be displayed. Background Colour: Click in the box to select the colour you want the background to be. Use Desktop As Background: With this tuned on the Cat will walk across whatever is Currently on your screen, which it turned off he will walk across a screen that is the colour you have selected. PLEASE NOTE: Results may vary depending on your PC's configuration. If you have a crappy video card, it may not be able to handle the resolution you are using so the desktop image may be blurred or just look crappy in general. If you are using an OLD operating system such as 95/98/ME you may also have problems. All I can suggest is to try it and see. If you don't like how it looks, turn it off. Blank Background: With this selected the background will just be the blank background colour as selected above. Display Pictures In Background: This lets you display pictures of your Valentine (or anything else) in the background. The hearts and Cupid will fly around in front of them. (Note: Only one picture is displayed in the trial version. In the registered version they change. Also please note that there may be a slight pause as the pictures load. Using smaller pictures reducdes this pause.) Picture Folder: Clicking this will open up a dialog for you to select the folder that contains your jpg, gif and bmp images that you want to be displayed.