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Re: daylily screen savers


forgive me for being Windows illiterate. What is this about screen
savers? I just go into my control panel to appearance and select a
jpeg--bam new desktop screen. Are these screen savers something special
and creative? Or do you have to process a picture in some fashion to use
it as a desktop pix.

That diehard Mac user,


Bob wrote:
> Hi everyone
>         I almost forgot and just now did it, put in the links. If you are
> looking for something new as a screen saver I loaded four daylily ones
> from the Lilyfarm.com  These are various sizes(most around 2mgs) of
> screen savers and the flowers and photos in them are just super. Alot of
> people who have seen these like daylily screen savers better than hosta
> ones. Anyway there is a link on the screen saver page where you can go
> and look at the flowers before you consider downloading them.
> --
> Bye
> Bob
>                 Bob Axmear 208 2nd St Ne  Waukon,Ia 52172-1308
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