As my grandson, "That makes sense." Thanks.
However, it would have helped if "Xscreensaver" had been included on the Menu selection list.
Something a lot of very experienced users forget, or worse, view with disdain, is that most of us are not "Very Experienced Users."
Please keep that in mind when bringing out a new release. I am not asking that the system be bloated, but at least, as here, if there is going to be a change in the way something is handled, include all necessary apps on the Menu so the rest of us can have a bit of a clue.
In this instance, you have to run Xscreensaver from the command line. While that is easy enough, once you KNOW you need to do it. Its just that it would not have taken much to put it on the Menu. Along with the useless list of screensavers available (Menu/System/Screensavers).