gpb wrote:Normally a screen saver is started by windows when the computer is idle. How do you think to set your preferred folder ?
Hi, I'm using currently a shortcut of PhotoScreensaver.scr on my desktop to run my preferred folder as a screensaver. The problwm is PhotoScreensaver.scr lets to configure only 1 folder...
gPhotoShow Pro doesn't seem to be my solution. I'm looking for a simple solution, as a simple script, instead of software running in background.
BTW, I found more 2 ways better than PhotoScreensaver.scr to watch a folder as a screensaver:
1. In toolbar of Windows Explorer when there is a photos folder there is a "Slide Show" button.
2. Windows Live Photo Gallery is the best folder screensaver/slideshow I've found.
As I said, My problem is to find a way to make it work by creating a script/shortcut to each folder.