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  1. #21
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    No I was not aware of it, how does it work, can I configure it to run any screensaver? I'd very much like to have the "Dream Aquarium" (which I'v payd for) run when gbpvr is idle, would that be possible?

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    Download from the wiki and install. Click Yes when asked to set it as the GB-PVR screen saver (this will edit the DefaultScreenSaver tag in config.xml).

    Then on the General tab of the plugin config app change the default screen saver to 'Windows Screen Saver'. The plugin will run the default Windows screen saver when GB-PVR's screen saver is enabled. Obviously this will only work on a PC and not on any client (MVP, NMT).
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  3. #23
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    Downloaded and installed it plus the requierments but I can't get it to display anything other than the default screensaver (gbpvr's). however I'm not sure that the UIElements and Utilities installed correctly, any hints of where the files should go?

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  4. #24
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    Does it show in the plugins list on the config app?

    Does your config.xml file have this line it in:

    <ScreenSaverPlugin>Screen Saver</ScreenSaverPlugin>
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  5. #25
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    Yes and yes.

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  6. #26
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    OK. I will install here and try it out. Been a long time since I've used / worked on this particular plugin.
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    working ok here

    Does your config.xml file have this line it in?

    <ScreenSaverPlugin>
    <DefaultScreenSaver>Windows Screen Saver</DefaultScreenSaver>
    ...
    <ScreenSaverPlugin>

    If yes the reproduce the problem and post the pvrx2.exe.log file - may have some clues.
    Last edited by McBainUK; 2009-11-26 at 12:25 PM.
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  8. #28
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    Sorry for the late response, I didn't get any notification of your last reply (strange), but answer to your question is yes. I can activate the screensaver from the main menue, select on of the other (analog clock) but after the amount of time specified in config.xml the default gbpvr screensaver takes over again. If I choose the windows screensaver if just flashes for a moment (I don't actually see anything of it). I can activate the "Dream Aquarium" screensvaer from the desktop and it works just fine.

    Logs attached.

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    2009-11-28 19:47:43.718 VERBOSE [1] getValue: /settings/RendererX2 : VMR9 Fullscreen Exclusive
    http://gbpvr.com/pmwiki/pmwiki.php/P...reenSaver#toc7
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  10. #30
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    Aaahhh SH%#!! What render does it work on?

    I admit it, I didn't read the wiki...

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