The Wasps Screensaver is unique in that it automatically changes itself behind the scenes, so you can enjoy regularly updated news, match photos and information all through your screensaver - without you having to lift a finger!
See all the action on your screen with the Wasps Screensaver
The Wasps Screensaver has been designed for computers using Microsoft Windows 2000 and XP with a minimum display resolution of 1024x768 pixels.
Ensure you are logged onto your PC with administrative privileges
How do I configure the Wasps Screensaver to work with my firewall(s)?
The Wasps Screensaver operates in the same way as an internet browser, requesting images from an internet website on a regular basis. Your PC's firewall(s) may, by default, require you to give explicit permission to applications to access the internet and hence, may be blocking screensaver updates. To correct this, configure your firewall to allow the application oxigen.exe to communicate with wasps.oxigen.net
How do I configure the Wasps Screensaver to work with my proxy server?
Some PCs in large organisations communicate with the internet via a proxy server.
When you install the screensaver you should check your proxy configuration in your browser as follows:
Why do the images not display correctly on my PC?
If the 15-second animated slides do not display correctly on your machine you may need to update your version of Flash Player. Visit http://www.adobe.com/products/flashplayer/ for more information.
I have a Wasps Screensaver Desktop Panel appearing on my desktop
The Desktop Panel has been developed to give additional functionality to your Wasps Screensaver. The panel sits on your desktop giving easy access to click and connect with different parts of the Wasps website.
If you find the desktop panel too large or distracting you can edit the size or location of the panel by right-clicking on the blue O in the bottom right-hand corner of your screen, selecting 'Options' and configuring the panel to your own requirements. Once you have adapted the settings save them by clicking the disk in the circle on the bottom right of the Options box.
If you would like to remove the panel altogether, simply follow the steps above but un-tick the 'Enable Panel' box, then save your setting. Next time you switch on your computer your settings will be shown.
If you are still experiencing problems with the installation, please email firstname.lastname@example.org