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Size wasn't the problem, my consoles are 200x100; in fact I did try reducing it to various standard sizes to see what difference it made. Nada.

Tye hit the nail on the head. I am in the habit of pasting obfu source directly into a command session with perl waiting for input. AS he said it makes for a very boring show.

Once I put the code into a file and ran it.....what can I say to make up for my blaspheming?

Saturn obfu is very, very cool!

I'm a closet space nut. My desktop backdrop varies between the latest images from HST (It must be fixed), the Rovers, and Cassini-Huygens. It's currently The last Ultra Deep Field image (very large jpg), but if I ever get around to putting some of the C-H sequences together as a screensaver, I just might spend more time doing nothing, just so it will run.


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In reply to Re^3: Saturn by BrowserUk
in thread Saturn by eyepopslikeamosquito

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