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  • FredAkbar
    Jul 12, 01:15 AM
    Originally posted by zimv20
    every version of unix i've used -- dating to 1984 -- recognizes passwords up to 8-characters only.

    But many Mac users know very little, if anything, about Unix. Mac OS X is a public operating system, made for users of any level of Unix experience. Many Mac users are still learning new things about Unix.


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  • patrick0brien
    Jul 25, 03:21 PM

    I is possible that your backlight may be failing.

    And LCD's backlight will fail eventually, but that takes years and years. If yours is failing now, I hope you have AppleCare or something.

    Do you think that this is what is happening?

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  • Beanoir
    May 4, 05:22 AM
    If you wipe the SSD, as the OP indicated, there IS no Safari history left.... or Safari.

    I know, it was just a wee bit of humour. ;)

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  • PBF
    Mar 8, 11:17 PM
    Dot the i's and cross the t's.


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  • toxthexnines
    Oct 19, 12:41 AM
    Anybody in tulsa going to the apple store in woodland hills for leopard?

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  • Spectrum
    Dec 9, 01:19 PM
    Now all I want is a way to get the behaviour of the OS9 Finder.

    The OSX Finder is seriously flawed.

    ...and this for everyone who suffers from the silly gaudy childish look of OS X and misses the clean elegance of OS 9 (it not necessarily the extension conflicts and the lousy task-threading).

    1) The Classic Platinum Theme (http://www.macupdate.com/info.php/id/15581). Installable on OS X using either unsanity.com's ShapeShifter or Duality 4

    2) X-Assist (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/10519) or ASM (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/10410) to give you an application switching menu in your menubar.

    3) FruitMenu (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/12974) to give you back an editable / customizable Apple Menu, to give you a hierarchical menu-view of System Prefs so you don't have to launch the entire %&## System Preferences pane and then reach with your mouse a second time to invoke the specific PrefsPane you want. And to use as a launcher.

    4) WindowShade X (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/12243), to be able to minimize windows the classic Macintosh way, not like some Windows PC-wannabe. (Will also minimize-in-place to a small icon)

    5) PullTab (http://www.versiontracker.com/dyn/moreinfo/macosx/18606), to pry that damn Dock's filthy hands off the keystoke combo Command-Tab, thus freeing it up for apps with original rights to it, like FileMaker Pro.

    6) To get your Trash can onto the Desktop where it belongs, there are several apps that purport to be able to do so, but I prefer to just use TinkerTool to make everything visible in the Finder, then make an alias to .Trash and put the alias on the Desktop. Find a nice MacOS 9ish Trashcan icon on the internet and paste.

    7) Now to dispense with the godforsaken Dock itself. Two choices: you can minimize it practically out of existence by pinning it to the left edge of your screen and then edit com.apple.dock.plist in a text editor, manually changing the tilesize parameter to 1, which will give you a Dock about the size of a pinhead in a place where you won't mouse-over on it very often by accident; or you can nuke it entirely. To nuke it entirely, first copy Dock.app from /System/Library/CoreServices and make that copy a startup item for every user account on your machine (towards the top of the list); then make an AppleScript consisting of tell application "Dock"; quit; end tell, save it as an application, and add that to your startup items (towards the end); then, finally, sudo rm the original Dock.app from within CoreServices. Hickory Dickory, baby :)


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  • mkrishnan
    Feb 23, 11:12 PM
    You should be able to do this:

    > cd /Volumes
    > ls

    Will give you the names of all mounted volumes -- you should see "Macintosh HD" listed, for instance. You should also see the ext hd. Use its name exactly as it is listed in the Volumes diretory. If it is indeed "New Volume," then you can:

    cd "/Volumes/New Volume"
    cd "New Volume" (if you're already in Volumes)

    Notice the quotes. One funny aside, is that if you cd into "Macintosh HD," you get the same as the root directory. So your working directory can eventually be:

    /volumes/macintosh hd/volumes/macintos hd/volumes/macintosh hd/.../


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  • cymrulp
    Sep 20, 11:21 AM

    Just wanted to see who else uses Logic Pro or all of the Logic Studio software?

    Got a nice surprise from my wife for anniversary present, been wanting it for ages.

    Putting all my thoughts down on



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  • severe
    Jan 17, 11:19 AM
    Kind of ranks up there with this...

    You'd be surprised. The football watch'n, beer guzl'n, amputee market is HUGE!!

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  • Joshuarocks
    Apr 14, 11:31 PM
    :confused: Ok then. Diskradar says my disk is excellent, however it has had bad sectors before resulting in lockups and dataloss. It also doesn't let you run disk tests.

    Ok, try Disktools Pro - you can run tests with that program.. or if you want REAL TIME diagnostics(something Apple lacks), run the drive diagnostics under windows 7 or boot into Hiren's disk utilities - there it will tell you if your disk is truly bad or warped.


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  • GGJstudios
    Apr 25, 06:49 PM
    sorry I should re-word what I originally said,
    The software isn't cracked, I was given the software and a serial number, I presume my friend bought the software and gave me a serial number to use...
    That's completely different from your original statement, which wasn't ambiguous at all:
    ... a friend provided me with a cracked, full version of iWork

    I was advised to come to these forums for help and advice from other Mac users, I didn't expect hostility and rudeness...
    There are some who would consider violating forum rules or pirating software to be hostile and rude.

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  • nomar383
    Jun 23, 03:17 PM
    One PM sent, but I am also interested in the airport card, how much?


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  • ducttape
    Dec 18, 09:24 PM
    The introduction of the Macintosh in 1984 by Steve Jobs!

    I found a video of it here, by the way...

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  • Xavier
    Jul 28, 08:02 PM
    I saw a Highway Patrol car with a flat off the side of the road (on the highway)

    THAT would have been a good fail


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  • xUKHCx
    Jun 19, 05:04 PM
    OMG! OMG! OMG! A Blue Ribbon! Yippee! :):):)

    Thanks for your votes folks! Congrats to all the winners! There were lots of great entries for this contest and I'm very pleased to have won. As xUKHCx knows, the blue ribbon is what everybody wants!

    calderone, great entry. You have mad design skills. What a battle that was! If you ever make a keyboard with that button, sign me up for one.

    Great job to all participants
    Now let the bragging begin

    Congrats you two. Both were worthy winners. Also congratulations for everyone else who won or entered. There were some really good entries this time.

    solarthecat unlucky that you were in such a tough category as that was a brilliant idea and design.

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  • FFTT
    Sep 20, 08:14 AM
    They need to add a mental support page for all of us now suffering from stress, depression and anxiety :(


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  • Blue Sun
    Feb 17, 02:56 AM
    NIN - And all that could've been
    Porcupine Tree - Arriving Somewhere

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  • heehee
    Apr 7, 02:25 AM
    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)

    Burberry. I feel like I model for them.
    Lego :D
    Sony. I love their tvs.
    Calvin Klein. Underwear and socks only
    Victorias Secret. I'm a guy. :p
    Lucky jeans
    Hugo Boss

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  • Hrududu
    Apr 14, 12:10 PM
    Yours look fine. I've replaced caps on about 12 iMac G5 systems and they are usually VERY obvious when they go bad. By that I mean electrolyte spewing out of the tops. Out of those 12, 9 of them worked again after replacing the caps, so if that does happen your odds are pretty good that it can be fixed.

    Apr 23, 02:23 PM
    So does anyone else think apples next bluetooth keyboard should have backlit keys? and possibly black coloured keys, like macbook pro's etc, instead of white.

    Is this possible?

    What are your opinions - lets discuss.

    Jan 4, 09:25 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.

    yeah but this is why i suggested he gets a set of klipsch promedia 2.1 speakers, which are thx certified and fairly accurate (good for checking mixes).

    but for his main mixing he can use sennhesier hd280 pro headphones.

    plus bottom end in house is a major concern, and he is not going to be able to afford a good enough set of monitors thats going to hit the lows he wants. cheap monitors do not get very loud nor have much bottom end to them which is why i got the klipsch and sennhesier headphones until i can afford a good set of monitors.

    edit: plus hes obviously not insanely serious about production just yet which just further justifies my suggestion.

    May 22, 07:18 AM
    There really is no problem as you describe. It's relatively easy to hold the stylus and the console and still access the buttons simultaneously. Most games that utilise the stylus don't use the buttons much and vice versa. In all the controls are really well thought out in the majority of games. You can also just use your fingers on the touchscreen in some games (i.e. you get an extra big button in new super mario bros especially for thumb activation).

    It's one of those things that's hard to describe. You need to have a play around to fully understand.

    Apr 11, 01:04 AM

    Yeah, the credit is the points - in this case 481 points.

    However, these WU (and all the other SMP core_A3 and core_A5 ones) also qualify for Quick Return Bonus Points.
    Basically, there is a sliding scale that rewards quick return with more points. This is done to encourage people to just run one client quickly, rather than multiple ones more slowly.

    However, to qualify for these bonus points (that are often worth 10 times the base points), you'll need a passkey - see here:


    You can calculate how many points you expect to receive here:


    Hope that helps

    Nov 3, 11:29 PM
    Ah, very cool, nice one arn! It will be cool to see this page grow as more products are leaked.

    And perhaps if iHome is ever released, it will have to be moved from the fake pages to the not-so-fake pages. ;)

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