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Setting your screensaver to use your iPhoto library will have it display different images on each display. If My Photo Stream and Photo Library… are not choices listed in the Source list box, you may need to rebuild your thumbnails and/or cache in iPhoto first (start iPhoto while pressing option+cmd).
If you do find a screensaver that can play different images on each display. ( I have my doubts) Then you can use the screencapture shell command to capture both screens in their own image file. do shell script "/usr/sbin/screencapture -R\"0,0,2560,1440\" /path/to/folder/screensaver1.png;/usr/sbin/screencapture -R\"2558,0,4480,12000\" ...
You can use ScriptSaver. Set the AppleScript to a script containing the following: do shell script "/usr/sbin/screencapture /path/to/folder/screensaver.png" /path/to/folder must exist and be empty, or at least contain no other images Set the screen saver to display after the AppleScript to Classic. In System Preferences, set the folder for the Classic ...
Have you tried (I don't know if it'll work): activate application "TextEdit" delay 0.2 tell application "System Events" to tell process "TextEdit" to keystroke "Hello World!"
According to this discussion it is supposed to open the "Dictionary" app. However, according to that discussion doesn't seem to work if the screensaver is set to require a password. I have not tried on MacOS X 10.8, but on 10.9 it is no longer possible to disable the password of the screensaver and only set the time after which the screensaver activates. So ...
Had the same problem in my Macbook(15") pro running 10.9.4. I wanted my Mac to be locked while I was away (so configured hot corners) but at the same time did not want it to sleep (irrespective of whether it is connected to power or not) so that my wifi will be "ON" always for my jabber & mails. So here's what I did to prevent Mac from sleeping: Open ...
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