Yet another application (locktight) that I’ve replaced with Quicksilver…
After reading the comments in this hint at macosxhints.com, I discovered this little bit of applescript.
tell application "ScreenSaverEngine" to activate
You’ll want to add this to a Quicksilver trigger so you can it from the keyboard (I use Cmd-Opt-Shift-L because that was the default in locktight and I’m kinda used to it)
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Thanks this worked great!