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Star Wars Screen Entertainment

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[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
star_wars_screen_saver.sit (6.57 MB)
MD5: 7288012e3d9ab8cfb9bb4c6b47cf61e6
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
This app works with: Basilisk II,

To install:

- Place the "Star Wars Screen Ent." file (desk accessory) in the Apple Menu Items folder (in your System Folder)
- Place the "Star Wars Screen Ent. Ext." file in the Extensions folder of your System folder.
- Place the "Star Wars Modules" folder in the System Folder of your Mac.

Tested working with Apple System 7.6.1 on Basilisk II. Any other After Dark or Intermission software must be disabled before running this software. The Star Wars Screen Entertainment does not seem to work with the newer Intermission program (for example, the one used for the Dilbert screen saver)


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LimeiBook86's picture
by LimeiBook86 - 2014, August 10 - 6:55pm

I got this to run under Basilisk. You are correct, there is no documentation, but I must have guessed correctly to put the Star Wars Modules in the System folder, and it all seems to work for me running System 7.6.1. Good luck! -Steve

vintagegeek's picture
by vintagegeek - 2013, December 3 - 2:31am

I uploaded 2 screenshots. This is as far as I could get trying to run the screensaver.
I tried on a IIsi running Mac OS 7 and a Performa running Mac OS 8.5.
When I run/click-on anything (Preferences, Config, Demo, etc) from the Configuration Screen all I get is black background which covers the Configuration window.
Anyone have any ideas. There is no documentation that comes with this file.