Instructions for Mac Users.1. Hold down Command and Shift.
2. Without letting go of Command-Shift, open System Preferences, click the Desktop & Screen Saver panel, and then the Screen Saver tab.
3. Still without release Command-Shift, find the screen saver you want, then click Test.
4. Wait about five seconds for the screensaver to fully load (or wait until it reaches the image you wish to capture), and then just press the number 3.
I don’t have one, but here is my lock screen:
Had to take a dodgy photo of my screen, couldn’t work out how to take a picture of the lock screen and didn’t want to install anything.
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I don’t have a screen-saver either, my monitor turns off after 30 minutes of inactivity, and I usually leave it on the screen-lock just like jordie, so here is mine:
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