What is it? Requirements Downloading Who wrote it?
What Is It?
AlphaSave is a Programmable ScreenSaver. This means that you are able to program your own screensavers as part of the package. Full instructions are given on how to program them, but this is Version 1.25, with many more features (and bug fixes :-\). It is written by Marc Warne of Alpha Programming.
Features of AlphaSave 1.25:
- Programming Information
- Able To Set Time Delay Until ScreenSaving Starts
- Multi-Tasking Configuration Application
- Easily Install/Test New ScreenSavers
- Fully StrongARM Compatable
- Upgradable through Upgrade Archives
- Multitasking screensavers
- Detailed WIMP Message system
- etc...far too many to list....
- RISC OS 3
- 1Mb RAM
- Hard Disc Recommended
- ARM 2 or above
Full AlphaSave 1.25 package
RC5Save 1.00 - This screensaver runs the CLI version of the RC5DES block cracking program when the computer has been left idle for a certain period of time
Who wrote it?
The main AlphaSave program was written by Marc Warne. Some other screensavers are based on other peoples' programs, including a few from Star Info.
- Design by
Marc Warne, GigaTux and Twofo