Software Firms Reach Screen Saver Settlement: Two software companies have settled a copyright infringement suit over a screen saver program that spoofed the popular flying toasters icon. Berkeley Systems Inc. and Delrina Corp. did not reveal the terms of their out-of-court agreement. In a federal suit filed in September, Berkeley Systems claimed that Delrina infringed on its copyright with a program featuring comic strip character Opus the penguin shooting at a flock of flying toasters. The Berkeley-based company has used the airborne appliances in its popular "After Dark" screen saver program since 1990. Delrina, based in Toronto, argued that the Opus scene was legitimate parody.