Screen saver app for windows as follows:
Visual C++ V6 project
Loads JPG images from resources in the project (say 10 of them) can be any size and program makes them full screen when displayed.
When loaded with no parameters from outside the screen saver location it displays a dialog to prompt to install it and installs when you press install. (Copy itself to screen saver folder)
When loaded with the /p command line parameter it displays in the screen saver preview window.
When loaded with the /s command line parameter it scrolls through the images with an interval specified on the config dialog, displaying them full screen and supporting multi screen where appropriate, after the last image is shown, it should go back and start scolling through again, it should exit if there is any input from the keyboard or mouse.
When loaded with the /c command line paramater it displays the config dialog box for the screen saver, allowing the user to set the interval between showing the images in seconds.
Would be good if it did not use any third party libraries.
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I made a Win32 screensaver in C just like the one you describe three years ago while I was in my 12th grade. You can trust me to do this one fast since the core engine is ready.
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