You Should Be Writing
This screensaver is based on one seen in the ABC television series "Castle", starring Nathan Fillion as Richard Castle, a best-selling mystery novelist who solves crimes together with an NYPD homicide detective played by Stana Katic. In various scenes, the screensaver can be clearly seen on Richard's laptop, where the phrase "You Should Be Writing" is slowly written (or typed), one word at a time, in a white typewriter font on a black background.
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Anti-virus report for You Should Be Writing
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|Last scanned||1 week ago|
We have 1 file for "You Should Be Writing"
- You-Should-Be-Writing.exe (Windows)
|File report #1|
|Target system||Microsoft Windows|
|File size||1.03 MB (1,083,273 bytes)|
|File type||Portable Executable (EXE)|
|Detection ratio||0/14 (0%) View report|
|Last downloaded||1 week ago|
User reviews (2)
i would type on this screensaver, if i use text...
Cool, except it doesn't say "You should BE writing" it just says "You Should Writing". If you can fix that I'd love to download it and share it with my son as well.
Screensavers Planet: The "be" in "You should be writing" is included in the actual screensaver. It displays one word at a time, and since we only show three preview images (screenshots) for each screensaver, one word had to be left out.