Use the controls here to build and manage your Displays.
A Display is comprised of one or more modules and a palette. The modules provide
the structure of the shapes used in the display while the palette will determine
the colors used to display the shapes. To select which modules are used, right click
your mouse on the Module Icon (looks like a gray 'M') to bring up the Options Menu
and then select the module you wish to use from the "Add Module" sub menu.
Each of the modules you select will be added to the Display hierarchy.
You can edit the controls for the modules you've added by selecting the module you
want to edit in the Display hierarchy and the controls for that module will appear
to the right.
Options Menu (right mouse click on Display hierarchy
Import *.PSY File(s)...
Import Display settings that you obtain from other
users of the software. Importing a setting will copy it from its original
location into your settings directory. In addition, the import process
will convert a Display authored with an older version of the software into
a setting compatible with the current version.
Delete Current Display
Completely removes the currently selected Display
from the system.
Allows you to select which module(s) will be included
in your Display. To remove a module from your display, select the
module you wish to remove by clicking on it in the Display hierarchy window
and then press the Delete key on the keyboard.
From here you can pick the Display you want to edit.
When you select a new display, the Display is loaded into the Display hierarchy
window so that you can select and edit its components..
Saves the changes you've made to the current Display.
Saves the changes you've made to a new Display with
a different name. While you can save Displays to any folder you like,
only Displays in the settings folder are available to the screen saver.
Saving a Display creates a *.PSY file bearing the
name you gave it. PSY files can be launched by double clicking on
them from the Windows Explorer. They can also be placed on web site
where users can launch them simply by pressing the link.
If this is checked, your screen will be cleared
to black when the screen saver first starts.
Module controls are discussed individually in their
respective section of the documentation.