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  • cr2sh
    Oct 8, 06:10 PM


    <sarcasm>All the proof you need!</sarcasm>

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  • bmw3wags
    Sep 30, 07:53 AM
    That is a fake switcheasy case it is not actually made by switcheasy.

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  • Abstract
    Sep 16, 06:18 AM
    Haha, yeah.

    One time, as a practical joke, my friend was sent an unmarked VHS videotape, and when she pressed the PLAY button, she found that the scene where the woman watches the "death" video for the first time was on HER tape. Basically, it was identical to the Death video in The Ring (Japanese version). At the end of that scene, the tape cut out. She freaked out and didn't sleep that night. :D

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  • LimeiBook86
    Dec 14, 09:58 PM
    Hahaha - new iBooks next wednesday! I love it! :p


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  • Solafaa
    Nov 16, 12:27 AM
    Like you said if you need a portable mac then get the PowerBook 15", if you dont need a laptop then get a G5 iMac but you would need o upgrade RAM in whatever mac you get.

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  • Genghis Khan
    Aug 10, 05:35 AM
    i'm sorry everyone, but we have a winner

    not even worth trying to beat that


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  • paolo-
    Jan 4, 02:13 AM
    Yes a keyboard will be useful but the most important thing in a studio is sound. If you can't hear what you're doing it's so frustrating. If you're just starting out you may think that having ok sound will do the trick but it won't be long before you're not sure if you're hearing your mix or your speakers when you're mixing on bad speakers. I'd much rather make house music with good sound than a keyboard.

    For good speakers, you're looking for near field monitors, they differ from standard speakers in that they try to reproduce accurately the sound you feed them, standard speakers try to "sound good". There's a pretty big difference between the two, sounding good usually means a compressed sound with not a lot of middle frequencies. For house, you'll probably want a sub.

    Either way, a keyboard is nice to have, if you don't have any previous experience with keyboards, you might as well just get the 25 key (get it velocity sensitive especially useful for drums). M-audio have a pretty good value.

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  • *LTD*
    Apr 8, 10:06 PM
    Executable code from 3rd party servers?

    If this is what iCab did then Apple should have done this a long time ago.


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  • ahunter3
    Dec 9, 05:16 PM
    who still uses OS9 and for what??:confused:

    � I will be booting into it this weekend to import records from a 17-file FileMaker 6 solution into intermediate files (which have both the old and the new table structure) and then into the final structure. The speed boost over OS X is somewhere between threefold and fourfold for the involved functions.

    � I boot into 9 to scan. I have two scanners, both decently good, neither with OS X drivers available. The Umax Astra slide scanner was noted as having very good color values for the price, and the price was low due in part to lack of OS X drivers. The old flatbed, a Umax 630, is a 3-pass SCSI scanner that will probably still be humming along nicely when MacOS 10.9 is becoming obsolete.

    � I have my older computer off to my left here as I type on this one. I Timbuktu into the older one to handle a chore that it does better (under MacOS 8.6, mind you, not even 9) than OS X does on the fastest machines in the shop: opening up folders on a mounted server folder that are chock-full of huge TIFF and Photoshop images, and copying selected files to a folder from a different mounted server volume also chock-full of huge TIFF and Photoshop images. OS X thinks its doing me a favor by trying to conjure up and display a thumbnail of each image based on actual file content. OS 9 doesn't do that (only displays the little classic-mac custom icons generated by Photoshop, if present), enabling an eleven-year-old PowerMac 7100 with a 300 MHz G3 accelerator and 10-base-T networking to do this task as well as dual-G5 Macs with gigabit ethernet...and blow my OS X PowerBook completely out of the water.

    Don't knock OS 9. It certainly had its shortcomings (especially with regards to memory, oy vey) but it also had a great deal of sophistication �€�? lots of little things that had started off great or evolved to greatness. It was the best all-around small computer operating system of the 20th Century. I'd still use it over XP, or the first few iterations of OS X.

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  • soundman2385
    Oct 21, 03:24 PM
    Who is going to go on Friday to get leopard in the OKC area.


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  • greatdevourer
    Apr 16, 01:07 PM
    You could take all the things people hate about gamertags, and then be really ironic and thus the coolest mofo on XBL :p

    So... random Xs, random numbers, lots of l33t, the usage of a famous character's name as though it were your own... *and off the gamertag machine goes...*


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  • HE15MAN
    Feb 17, 07:34 PM
    What was historic about it ?


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  • mac.rumors
    May 6, 03:59 PM
    A 2TB Seagate ST32000541AS on my 3.4GHz i7 with 2GB 6970M. I have not been able to get any details of this drive on Seagate's website.

    Any pointers to more details will be helpful.


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  • balamw
    Mar 23, 06:27 AM
    its for my gfs parents they need ie to watch dabdate.com streaming.
    Can't you just do that in Parallels? Why do you need Boot Camp for simple streaming?



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  • galimk
    Apr 23, 05:30 PM
    Look in your book for exactly what you're supposed to use for #import. You may have made a mistake.

    I'm not sure, but #import <Fraction.h> seems wrong to me. If Fraction.h were a system-provided class, it would be correct. But it's a developer-created class, so #import "Fraction.h" seems more sensible to me, and is what I've always used when referring to class headers I create.

    Post your code.

    No one with any programming experience would believe anyone (beginner or experienced) who says there are no compilation errors, unless the code has actually been compiled without errors. You may be right, but we need to see the evidence of the compiler.

    Thanks! Your answer helped. So now I know that <**> are only for system provided classes. I used quotes for Fraction.h and it worked.
    The example that I used had everything dumped in the main .m file along with the main function.

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  • solientblack
    Apr 26, 09:54 AM
    re-did the DFU mode steps. iTunes came up again and said "iTunes has detected an iPhone in recovery mode. You must restore this iPhone before it can be used with iTunes.

    Steps I used just so everyone knows what I am doing.

    1- Phone is off already, so no need to power it down.

    2- Held Home and Sleep keys for 10 seconds WITH iTunes open, continuing to hold the Home button until iTunes gave me that popup box with the "iTunes has detected..."

    3- Hit restore, it attempts to do so, and about 2-3 minutes later it gives me that 1604 error message. When it first starts the restoration process the screen flashes white then an Apple logo appears, and has the circular loading icon at the bottom for about 5 seconds and it powers down again. Then I get that error a few minutes later as i mentioned just before.

    It is in DFU mode. The screen is blank, nothing is there.

    edit: I even tried the SHIFT, then click Restore button just to try everything once. Same process happens that I mentioned in step 3.

    edit2: updating iTunes to the latest version and trying again., same message even with new iTunes and a new computer, new usb port, and even a new usb cable.


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  • petvas
    May 6, 05:21 PM
    Exactly. Fine tuned for the new Joe-sumer iOS market, but nothing mind blowing for us Prosumers.

    From all the new features in Lion I am pretty sure I won't be using one: The Launchpad. It is crippled and acts as an iOS app. What happened to right clicking? Context Menus? Why do I need to drag an app over another in order to create a folder? Why can't I just right click and create an empty folder? When Apple makes the Launchpad a Desktop OS app, I might use it.

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  • void
    Feb 14, 04:59 PM
    Post what you think about the DGVP...

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  • gotohamish
    Jul 14, 11:14 AM
    Originally posted by mactastic
    Is it impossible for someone to make a card that would replace the 'b' card in there currently with a 'g' card? Like is the connection to slow to make it worth doing? And what about combining that with a bluetooth connection too? I'd love to be able to put those in my laptop, and still have the pcmcia card slot still available for photo transfers.

    That's an interesting thought. It appears to me that the Airport Card is a regular PCMCIA card, but without the head which in third-party cards has the aerial in. Hence the need to plug the aerial in to it when installed IN a Mac.

    So couldn't you buy a regualr PCMCIA 'g' card, take the had off it and install it in the Airport slot?

    To try and answer my own question - In theory yes, but I'm sure if it was that simple Apple would have done it. On the other hand, it does make it more of a perk to upgrading your Mac, which is ultimately what Apple want.

    May 5, 09:22 AM
    Yesterday i could still pull a 4.3.2 shsh, i didn't realize tiny umbrella wasn't 4.3.3 aware yet so it pulled 4.3.2.

    Dec 18, 09:49 PM
    Hey, I am attending Macworld, but am under 18..
    Where is this MeetUp going to be?
    Can I not go?

    Mar 14, 04:11 PM
    The easiest way i found to do this is just create a background image on your id of "main" that has the color block and repeat-x. Especially if that side panel is going to continuously have varying content therefore sizes.

    Jul 3, 03:31 PM
    I've been following MR for quite a while and finally decided to register in the forum since I have a question (will post it in another thread). Anyway, I thought I'll just mention about my switch to the Mac platform as an introduction.

    I have used Macintoshes "for real" the first time about six years ago. Then, ever since I got that student job at a mostly-Mac internet company four years ago, I got to work on Macs occasionally. I really liked them, but most of my work is Unix-based (FreeBSD/Linux), so using a Linux desktop was way more convenient. However, after MacOS X was announced, I knew I was going to get a Mac eventually :) . I remember I first was a bit disappointed with the interface because I was used to OS 9, but it grew on me (and my Mac colleagues). During the last two years, I thought more seriously about getting a Mac, but it was only this year that I borrowed a left-over G3/266 from the office and started working on it at home.

    I was positively surprised that I actually could do a lot with OS X even on this old machine (especially after I bumped up the memory to 224 MB). OK, application startup times are quite long, but I do alot of work on the terminal, so I can still live with it. Initially, I made an effort to use the Mac instead of my 266 MHz PC. Now the PC has been disassembled and sits in a closet, and I do everything on the Mac. Everything except Windows software development, which I still have to do in the office. I hope to get my first own Mac soon and settle this issue with VirtualPC :) and even more importantly do music composing/production as well.

    Anyway, just wanted to share this. Sorry it got a bit long. Hope nobody got bored :).

    Jun 23, 08:01 PM
    Can you still plug in DVI? Looks kind of dented.

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