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MacDim is a screensaver control panel that draws almost no RAM since it launches module applications instead of keeping them in memory while the computer is used. MacDim features different modules which you could purchase separately and some freeware modules too, while the MacDim control panel itself is freeware. There were only near a dozen MacDim modules ever made, but some were artistically pleasing for the time.
Included modules with the MacDim v2.2.1 download file are:
MacDim_2.0.1.sit_.hqx (196.55 KiB / 201.27 KB)
/ BinHex'd, use Stuffit Expander
MacDim_2.2.1_and_Modules.sit (1.22 MiB / 1.28 MB)
MacDim v2.2.1 with modules / compressed w/ Stuffit
MacDim_2.2.1.sit (213.03 KiB / 218.14 KB)
/ compressed w/ Stuffit
System 7 - Mac OS 9.2.2
Installation: MacDim is a control panel. To install it, just drop the MacDim file (not the folder) on the system folder icon. The system will automatically place it in the right folder. Restart your computer to make it load at startup. The MacDim icon will be visible at the bottom of the main screen if the dimmer loads correctly. To temporarily disable MacDim, press the mouse button during startup.
Emulating this? It should run fine under: SheepShaver