D&D Archives08/02/2005

Wallpapers & Screensaver

If you've ever traveled on stormy seas, you have a taste of what could be in store for your PCs in Stormwrack, the latest D&D supplement in the Environment series. To help your seagoing adventures have smooth sailing (plus add lots of nifty bits to your game), grab the book, and add a seaworthy wallpaper and screensaver to your computer while you're at it.


To Use the Screensaver

If you are using Macintosh OS 9 or OS X, unstuff the .hqx file corresponding to your operating system. Use Stuffit Expander to expand the files. (On OS X, this utility is included on your computer.) Once the file is expanded, double-click the installer application to install the screensaver.

If you are using Windows 95, 98, ME, or 2000, double-click the PC file, and it should unzip automatically. If it does not, use WinZip to expand the file. Once it is unzipped, double-click the installer application to install the screensaver.


Oof! Not Good. Not Good at All. (Cover Illustration)
(wallpaper #1)
My Pallie Lies UNDER the Ocean (Aventi Paladin)
(wallpaper #2)
Taking a Breather (A Darfellan)
(wallpaper #3)

To Use the Desktop Wallpapers

Mac OS X: If you are using Macintosh OS X, put the desktop pictures into your Pictures folder then open System Preferences. Select "Desktops" then choose the desktop picture you want to use.

Windows: If you are using Windows 95, 98, ME, 2000, or XP, right click on any empty area on your desktop. Select Properties in the menu that appears. Click the Desktop tab. Click the Browse button, then navigate to where you stored your desktop wallpapers, then select the desktop wallpaper you want to use.

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