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Flying Toasters in CSS.

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3 Responses:

  1. Tha_14 says:

    I've been using this css for screensaver for quite some time now on windows. Only thing I don't like about the binary I downloaded is that it's using the IE library and it's not allowing my CPU to idle. Other than that it's a pretty simple version but still pretty cool.

  2. Lloyd says:

    oh god, now I'll have to update the After Dark FAQ.

  3. Feren says:

    This is the future I was promised, and for once it's delivering. I wonder, can we tweak the code to adjust how brown the toast is?

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