Originally Posted by daffy4u
I can see the need for this feature in at least one case. As I recall, there were pilots who wanted to have whatever landing plates (?) they were looking at on their Kindle, become the screensaver image when the Kindle went to sleep. I think the timeout hack was partially inspired by that need.
My wife uses hers for recipes and often would like one page to stay visible for a while. We may try the built-in debug ~disableScreensaver option, but it's a (relatively) large amount of typing to get it on then off again.
What is the timeout hack?