- Its only a small step from a runtime version to a screensaver. What should be noted is now explained. This description is only for Windows systems!
As already explained, export the clock as runtime version is the first step.
After export, the file must be renamed, the extension of the name is changing from exe to scr, so the compete name is now berlin-clock.scr.
Testing the screensaver
One dobbleclick is starting the screensaver. Unlike the runtime version, the screensaver is switching to a full window.
Activate the screensaver
To make the screensaver selectable in the system control of Windows, all files of the screensaver must be moved to the system folder (not only berlin-clock.scr).
If it is a 64-Bit system to the folder:
Tree files marked with a * are always available, this files could while copying be ommited.
This is the list of file names:
vcomp120.dll * msvcr120.dll * msvcp120.dll * avcodec-55.dll avdevice-55.dll avformat-55.dll avutil-52.dll berlin-clock.scr BlendThumb64.dll libsndfile-1.dll msvcp120.dll msvcr120.dll OpenAL32.dll OpenColorIO.dll pthreadVC2.dll python35.dll SDL2.dll swscale-2.dll vcomp120.dll
The list again as image ...
Now the berlin-clock should be available in the system control and after the activation it looks like the following picture: