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  • Chase R
    Dec 6, 05:24 PM
    Here is my imac and ipad wallpapers

    Mind posting the source to that black 'n blue Apple-logo one?

    Looks shweet :cool:

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  • bw1128
    Apr 30, 10:09 AM
    is there a way to have a google search or bing search area on your homescreen link the evo?

    i hate how long the new google app takes to load.

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  • dengland
    Jul 6, 05:04 PM
    It wouldn't be so bad being the only one if you get there at 8am. If you are by yourself from 3am to 8am .....

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  • alejoid
    Aug 2, 06:33 PM
    Epic wallpaper is epic. Link please?


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  • GGJstudios
    Oct 18, 05:59 PM
    October Desktop Thread 2010 (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=1023594)

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  • gkarris
    Apr 7, 03:59 PM
    can you believe that four game that are going for .99 cents used to cost like $5000.00 each as a large arcade console just 28 years ago? Damn!

    The Atari 2600 Cart of Missile Command was $24.97 at Toys R Us in '81... ;)

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  • AbyssImpact
    Sep 10, 03:50 PM
    Does anyone use this on their Ipod Touch 4g? How is it? Should I get this? It is either this or the Zagg invisishield. It costs $26 total including tax and shipping.

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  • lucrosus
    Apr 18, 07:30 AM
    Hi everyone. I have the 2011 15" MBP and need help to get my printer working. First, let me tell you what I have so far.

    The MBP 15" 2011 has all the softwares updated. I installed Windows 7 via Boot Camp, then installed Parallels. So far so good. Next, I installed Quickbooks and Office both for Windows. BTW, it is Windows 7 Home Premium 64-bit.

    After setting up, I was glad to be able to use the MBP and run Quickbooks and Office programs side by side under Mac OS. Next, I tried to connect the old Epson LX-300 printer. This is where my problem started and remains unresolved.

    I still could not get the Epson printer to be installed properly on the Mac OS, so I downloaded the Epson printer driver v2.6, I think. It is a huge file at something like 800+ mb if I remember correctly. After installing this file, I finally managed to install the printer by following the instructions from an Epson support site. At this point, I have not test printed.

    Next, I ran Quickbooks under Mac OS, but when I wanted to print, I could not find the Epson LX-300.

    I really needed to print invoices, so I shutdown the computer, rebooted using Windows 7. Supposed to be, when I connect the printer, Windows should be able identify and install the necessary driver. Unfortunately, this did not work.

    What happens is that when I plug in the printer via USB, on the control panel of Windows 7, it will show USB printer. That's it. When I try to print, I cannot find the Epson printer... Even USB Printer is not available.

    HELP! I need to be able to print. I don't care if this is only possible by booting into Windows 7 OS... Which at this point, doesn't even work.

    If anyone could show me how to set this thing properly, at least make the printer work on Wndows 7, or better, make it work even if I am on Mac OS running Windows programs.


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  • PoitNarf
    Mar 11, 10:54 AM
    Anyone in line at Tice's Corner or know if anyone has lined up there yet?

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  • Mudbug
    Jan 14, 03:15 PM
    it's not just you. ;)

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  • Dave H
    Mar 31, 01:35 PM
    mmm - Geekbench score 732. woohoo

    tem is sitting at around 46-47 degrees C or 117 degrees F at idle. A bit better than before the MX-2 paste.

    One other thing you can do is enable "nap mode". It lets the CPUs enter a low power state when they are idle. It does not hurt performance.
    It can be enabled with the Processor prefpane included in CHUD 3.5.2 (http://www.jcsenterprises.com/Japamacs_Page/Odds_and_Ends_files/CHUD_3.5.2.dmg).
    Note: on some G4s nap mode is already enabled by default.

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  • makefunnyfaces
    Apr 5, 05:20 PM
    I currently drive a 2006 Grand Prix.

    Next car I hope to buy (hopefully before the end of the year):
    2011 Camaro SS/2SS/RS IOM with Orange interior, black stripe, GM black rims.

    Good choice. You won't regret it!

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  • Full of Win
    Apr 27, 12:58 PM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_2_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Version/5.0.2 Mobile/8C148 Safari/6533.18.5)

    We iPhone and 3G iPad owners are plenty upset by this as well.

    Well, to be fair, you express hate toward Apple constantly. And given the conspiracy ideas in your signature, you are plenty upset about lots of things in your life. So I would hardly consider you a typical case. Apple could offer free computers tomorrow and you'd instantly post a message expressing your hatred of Apple for doing that.

    I don't hate Apple, just many of the things they do. Most Apple products I love.

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  • diogowerner
    Oct 5, 05:26 PM
    i'm a webdesigner and totally agree with psychometry.

    the new textarea feature is the worst way to resolve one of safari worst layout problems. current textarea doesn't show the scrollbars everytime it's necessary and sometimes resizes horizontaly while you're typing, damaging some page layouts.

    if the new feature allows users to resize both verticaly and horizontaly it's probably a bad sollution apple found to the scroll problem.

    if you don't design pages you may not understand, but sometimes its necessary to fix a size to a textarea and other components (height and width), otherwise it will push other elements and images would look like a puzzle. fixing size is one of the solutions to make pages working in different browsers, once each one show form elements diffrently.

    even if the resize feature doesn't push other elements, override them would be terrible as well. if you have links and other text fields for example, how would it behave if you use tab key to swich field in a form?

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  • quigleybc
    Jul 26, 06:13 PM

    Soon this will be standard, until then, I will be lurking and drooling

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  • munkle
    Nov 11, 02:04 AM
    Quicksilver also has a lot of pretty useful plug-ins, which you have to download separately. For example, a pretty handy address book module which allows you to display telephone numbers/addresses etc in large type through Quicksilver. Development is very active, the developer is already talking about how Quicksilver is going to be incorporated into Tiger and best of all it's all free.

    There is a steep learning curve to get the most out of Quicksilver and unfortunately the documentation isn't great. But even if you only use it to invoke apps it really is a great app and highly customisable. I find it preferable to LaunchBar, although Quicksilver doesn't 'learn' as well as LaunchBar does. So check it out!

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  • dwd3885
    Jan 20, 06:51 PM
    From PCMAG:


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  • psychometry
    Oct 5, 06:43 PM
    no, it's CSS3 download the nightly then visit this site. http://www.css3.info/preview/resize.html

    Thanks for the link. It does look like WebKit's doing it with the CSS property, so that's good. Interestingly, that page is a good example of how easy it is to do strange, bad things to the scrollbars if you resize it to certain shapes. Developers will have to remember to set mins and maxes for all sorts of elements now if they want to allow resizing. The phrase "can of worms" comes to mind. Oh well.

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  • McGiord
    Apr 7, 07:33 PM
    The controllers are really needed.

    The Atari Joystick is the best video game controller of all time.
    The trackball is a must for playing games like centipede or millipede.
    And playing breakout or kaboom without a paddle controller is not the same.

    As mentioned above the iCade has to include a trackball.

    Maybe a bluetooth adapter could be used to use the old controllers?

    I hope that Activision also release their games.

    Where is Space Invaders?

    Oct 2, 08:10 AM
    God I hate Notes- it's an operating system on top of an operating system. It's databases are just a step up from Access and to be honest - it's a pig.

    I've been forced to use the piece a crap for over 5 years (I'm a consultant) and it had brought me great pleasure to help large scale enterprises move away from this overstuffed piece of crap.

    Is Exchange any better - yes and no - in general they both are crappy. The biggest advantage of Notes is that their CALs (licenses) are so cheep compared to Exchange/Outlook.

    When I start looking for a new job - the first question I'll ask is which Universal Messaging Platform have you deployed in your Enterprise? If they answer "Notes" I'll know the following about their organziation:

    1. They care more about the dollar than about usability and employee satisfaction
    2. The VP of IT is probably sleeping with the IBM rep
    3. The business only uses it because they don't know any better (they've been there too long and have never used anything other than Notes and AOL).
    4. They think that Notes databases are cool and hip and truly believe Access is an enterprise level database
    5. And finally, they are so damn stupid they probably have Lotus 123 and Word Perfect as their "Office Suite"

    "Save me lord from these fools"

    You seem to be contradicting yourself here... You say you hate notes.. But suggest it's "equally" as crappy as Exchange.. Then you admit that the CAL's are actually cheaper then Exchange... From your reasoning it would seem that makes notes better by itself. Your listed items are meaningless so I won't address them..

    Some advantages to Notes....

    the server runs on many platforms (Windows, Linux. iSeries, etc...)
    The client runs on many platforms (windows, linux, mac) or you can just use a browser...
    REPLICATION... Say it again. REPLICATION.. What does this mean? You can replicate a database to other servers or desktops/laptops. That's really nice to have if something happens to your hardware... It's not clustering - Notes has that too... So the same database can be on many servers if need be or you can take it locally and work with it off-line.. I don't know a microsoft technology that would let someone take a CRM application on the road.. make updates to the data while off line and put it back on the server later.. And it doesn't matter if it's one person or 100 people doing this. Maybe Sharepoint can kinda do this now - I truly don't know - But notes has been doing this for over 15 years... Not bad..

    That's just a couple advantages..

    Oh one more thing...;)

    It's nice getting new versions of the server on a regular basis that actually improve performance on existing hardware. What's Microsoft do? force Exchange users to 64 bit servers....

    It takes us longer to download a server update then it does to install it.

    Paul Graham
    Feb 3, 04:44 PM
    Will post in a minute, But first being a mac virgin lol....
    1. How do I take a screenshot/save?
    2. I would like to change my dock and the taskbar but unsure how. Im on an eMac G4 running OSX 10.5.8 Leopard....

    P.s. You all have awesome looking desktops ;)

    Nov 12, 05:44 PM
    I would be surprised if we saw a 64 bit fcp before Lion. Apples qtkit API, which is thie only QuickTime API that you can compile in 64 bit, is really, REALLY primitive. Its going to require massive updating befor you would even think of running something like fcp with it. You cannot do anything more advanced than splice two videos together with it now. Hell even enumerating all th e codecs you can export to requires going down to 32 bits, and even the stuff that does compile in 64 bit requires a separate 32 bit process to actually do the work. T e sad thing is that apple has had plenty of time to update this API but they have essentially done nothing with it, which shows you how much they care about the pro users nowadays :mad:

    Or they did a lot of stuff with it already, just not showing it yet. Since the current release of FCP does not use QTX, they don't need to release the updated API before the next gen FCP. I really doubt Apple just shelved the whole QTX after doing a rewrite for SL, they must have been iterating it since then.

    And about Premiere being better than FCP, I'm not an expert on this but aren't the Apple ProRes codecs the main reason people go with FCP? And Premiere does not offer anything close in terms of codecs.

    Sep 27, 10:41 AM
    Stick around.There's cooler stuff on the way ;)

    Hmm...are Address Book and iCal going to get the same treatment? It would be great for .Mac to finally have an offering that competes with what Yahoo, Google, etc. have been providing for free for quite some time...

    ...or could it go even farther? What about an online version of iWeb, where you could edit and publish webpages directly from the browser, with drag-n-drop and all that goodness.

    Oooh - I just started salivating over iPhone integration possibilities!!!! How about having the iPhone sync with .Mac directly - even if you're not anywhere near your computer? Or how about the iPhone having mobile blogging software that will publish blog entries to a blog on your .Mac website? These are all features that other phones and websites offer, but the difference for Apple would be the seamlessness of the Mac/iPhone/.Mac integraton...

    Mar 15, 10:43 PM
    The bill is said to have bipartisan support, and the proponents have pointed out that it would save the state tens of millions of dollars. Of current topical interest is the fact that the lawmakers supporting the bill are marketing it as a cost-saving measure more than anything else.

    It's somewhat sad how people's lives may boil down to a state government looking to save a few dollars. If it will save the money I will support ending it.

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