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comment Showing webpages as a screensaver in Mac OS X
@Jason because this is for computers that are used as workstations (to turn into dashboards when they are not being used) and for the ones that are dedicated dashboards, I want them locked.
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comment Showing webpages as a screensaver in Mac OS X
@harrymc there, I added what I tried and why it didn't work.
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comment Showing webpages as a screensaver in Mac OS X
@agtoever I added an explanation to the question.
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comment Showing webpages as a screensaver in Mac OS X
I cannot try Desktopr because it's available only in the US (not in the UK). It's produced by Sandwhichlab, same as WebSaver, so, their site is down. Website Wallpaper surprised me with the fact that it works as a screensaver. Unfortunately, it only seems to allow one page, not a rotating set.
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comment Showing webpages as a screensaver in Mac OS X
@NathanTaylor their web site seems not to be working. I found a WebSaver in code.google.com, but it only accepts one web page to display and I'm not sure how to set up the session for it.
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comment Showing webpages as a screensaver in Mac OS X
It would be possible if the screensaver could be run as an app, like IdleWeb, or if the screensaver shared the session with Chrome or Safari.