From ScreenTime Media:
ScreenTime lets you concentrate on the creative side of designing exciting screen savers. Just create your content using Flash, then in one easy step, the ScreenTime Screen Saver Factory transforms your raw creativity into an exciting and easy to use screen saver.
What's new in this version:
- Re-engineered support for Mac OS X 10.8 vastly improving speed and useability.
- Added Flash Player 10.1 support.
- Multiple language support - single file screensaver installer supports Dutch, English, French, German, and Japanese. Additional languages can be added upon request. Free.
- Re-engineered STF component and documentation - Now fully AS3 and Flash CS4/CS5 compatible.
- Option to limit playback to the main screen enabling CPU intensive Flash animations t... See all new features
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