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  • phantax
    Feb 24, 02:27 PM
    I could see the close or even possibly an overwrite happening. At the same time, that is kinda what I want to be able to detect with one of the cases mentioned above.

    It's a compiled-from-source version of PHP 5.3.5.

    I could be wrong, but I think the function is only intended to be used to determine if the server itself has closed the connection for a timeout.

    I don't think it works for connections which you have explicitly closed yourself, as that connection effectively doesn't exist anymore.

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  • iMeowbot
    Aug 16, 10:05 AM
    It began life as a squid, but that looked a little bit, shall we say, inappropriate, so it kind of morphed into a colorful random multi-legged critter. There happened to be eight appendages, so...

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  • SAdProZ
    Jan 18, 02:59 PM
    I too have been thinking (over the xmas break) about providing stock photos and graphics for some side $$$. Wondering if anyone here can provide tips or share experiences with iStockphoto.com or any other stock sites.

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  • touchdownjesus4
    May 6, 07:04 AM
    TouchDown, do those utilities such as Data Rescue 3 and Disk Warrior actually work? thanks for the help :)

    Yes, I recently had an issue where I deleted a partition off my hard drive and was able to get everything back off of it even though it was labeled as "free space." I would highly recommend Data Rescue 3. It might even be able to repair your drive even though disk utility couldn't.


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  • Tallest Skil
    Jun 10, 09:24 AM
    One for the iPhone, the other for the iPhone SDK.

    What, you thought that Apple still cared about Macs?

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  • iMJustAGuy
    May 25, 07:58 PM
    I'm not sure I understand you. The 13" MacBook Pro affected by this update is the latest model. I certainly would call it new.

    I was referring to bootcamp itself, not the machine.


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  • G4scott
    Oct 17, 04:11 PM
    Email, faxes, instant messages, documents, and alerts pop on and off automatically, but are controlled by the user. Because there is so much screen landscape, the desktop doesn't have a cluttered feeling.

    They pop up automatically, but are controlled by the user? Like pop-up ad's? Bad idea if you ask me. I like the notifications in the dock with iChat and Mail. The icon changes, and they can make a sound whenever a new message is received.

    As for that much screen landscape, I think it would be hard to control that much space. If you needed it for really big spreadsheets or for tons of tools for designing or creating videos, I can understand, but having to lift the mouse up 5 times just to get from one side of the screen to the other, and turning your head 45� to view the whole thing seems a bit over-done.

    Apple is making widescreen standard. Unfortunately, in a bizarre move, microsoft seems to be taking Apple on with the whole wide-screen thing, and they seem to be going over-board. I wonder if they will give you coupons for free neck adjustments at your local chiropractor?

    Oh well. In 5 years, I'll probably still be using a Mac...

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  • Nereus
    Dec 16, 05:37 PM
    Without knowing more about your situation, I would suggest that you re-setup your airport from your PB15 using the utility.

    Of course you will need to know the original settings for your ISP before you try this.


    How do I re-setup it? The problem seems to be that it can't find any networks anymore. The reception is zero.


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  • Blu101
    Oct 16, 12:35 PM
    This is another cool site with loads of HD wallpapers in different res.

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  • iRobby
    May 4, 12:11 PM
    iMacs have never had HDMI ports.

    you just need the right adapter: http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=104&cp_id=10428&cs_id=1042802&p_id=5311&seq=1&format=2

    Thank you the bottom of the page says Thunderbolt compatible also but doesn't say how.


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  • entatlrg
    Apr 19, 11:26 PM
    Do you prefer to work from one 'main' computer or more?

    Using one main computer has it's benefits, everything is in one place, no juggling files or file syncing software. It's easy to stay focused working from one desktop.

    But, if you have mobility in mind you'd need the computer to be a notebook and work with a limited screen size or add an external display .... but then there's the plugging/unplugging all day, files need to be kept in sync...

    What's your setup like, one computer or two, how do you use them?

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  • zagato27
    Feb 12, 10:39 PM
    I have this mouse and it is the absoltue best mouse I have ever owned or tried. Very smooth, use on a pad, off a pad, use it from 20 ft away on a hardwood floor (I have tried it!!)
    It has a rechargeable battery that lasts forever, is EXTREMELY comfortable in your hand and has a multitude of controls at your fingertips. (scroll wheel up and down as well as left and right, a button that works like the command+tab button feature, etc. All are programable via a system preference. Best of all, it was recognized as soon as I plugged it in.
    Can't say enough about it, well worth the $79.

    Me Too! Me Too! I've got one and it's super. Was using a Kensington Track pad but just couldn't get it's 4 buttons working correctly. Went back to the Apple "hockey puck" and boy was it painfull. Finally a mouse with lft/rt buttons; scroll wheel; and more. Feels great in the hand, BTW I'm right handed so can't comment bout lefties. LED's for battery are a very nice touch. Holds a charge for a long time. This mouse is soooooo coool. The only way they could make it better would be if it were BT. I wish, my G5 has BT. Considered the Logitech MX 900 but it doesn't specifically say that it supports OSX. MX 1000 does support OSX. Great mouse. The only other mouse I'm so enthusiastic about is the BenQ M310. It's a laptop mouse and I got it for my wife's iBook. Boy, this is another "slick" mouse. Highly recommend if you've got a laptop that doesn't have BT. If you've got a laptop and it has BT you might want to look at the RadTech BT 500. Cheers


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  • Michael383
    May 7, 01:37 AM
    I don't understand why Apple doesn't produce a wireless version of the number pad keyboard.

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  • Abstract
    Sep 22, 07:24 PM
    So you're trying to get a regular digital camera to work for webchat?

    Just get a Macally IceCam. They're cheap (in the US :rolleyes: ) and they work well. You'd still need iChatUSB, but I know that iChatUSB works for sure with the IceCam, as that's what it says on the IceCam box. ;)

    I don't use AIM or iChat though, and I use aMSN and my IceCam works out of the box. :)


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  • loganbyers07
    Feb 23, 04:04 PM
    i will trade you my 16 gb ipod touch for it. :)Is it unlocked?

    Please let me know. I also have the wall charger for it. I would love to get a :apple: iphone

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  • rainman::|:|
    Sep 10, 09:18 AM
    They just need to have another Us Fest, seriously. For those that don't remember, in the early 80s (before Apple lost it's cool, while Jobs and Woz were still a team) they laid down sod over part of the desert, had air-conditioned tents, and threw a rock festival in part for their employees and the press. This was two decades before Apple got into digital music... they knew how to throw a party :)

    edit: I'm not sure if it was Apple or Wozniac that officially sponsored it, so don't flame me.


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  • SquishyNoodles
    May 1, 10:43 PM
    Hi Craig

    I also have a 2007 MBP which had 2 upgrades from Tiger.

    When I upgraded to an SSD, I saw that my Library folder was around 12gb in size and was not getting the full benefits of SSD which had been advertised. 2gb were for email database but I had no idea of other 10gb...

    The best I found was to re-install and start afresh with new installs and just the apps I needed.

    I used an application which copied folder names into a text file. I formatted the computer and picked and chose the applications I wanted to reinstall.

    Used TimeMachine to copy My Documents folder back and done.

    Just keep in mind I used Firefox sync which copied my bookmarks, history etc. (although Add-Ons had to be reinstalled).

    Couldn't have been happier to just format it rather than messing around.

    I also find this is the best way. I had to format my MacBook Pro yesterday because it wasn't shutting down properly (afterwards, I found out it was just one program causing the problem :mad:). Although it probably wasn't entirely necessary, my computer is now running better than when I bought it new around 12 months ago.

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  • ulbador
    Apr 6, 09:08 PM
    Somebody out there on a game specific programming forum should be able to answer this.

    Google tells me Space Invaders came out in 1978, which means there are probably many many people who have done this over the years. While off the top of my head, I can think of a handful (and probably a bit hacky) ways of doing this, I wouldn't be surprised if there was a fairly quick and simple method of accomplishing this.

    As you are using Cocos2d, probably the easiest way in my brain would be to just detect where your "bullet" sprite hits your barrier sprite. Then, using the bitmasking mentioned above, you would replace the collided/destroyed piece of your barrier with the background.


    Found something that outlines this:


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  • Sykte
    Apr 25, 07:20 AM
    LoginRegisterViewController *viewController = [[LoginRegisterViewController alloc] initWithNibName:@"LoginRegisterViewController" bundle:nil];
    self.loginRegisterViewController = viewController;
    [viewController release];

    Mar 27, 04:40 PM
    There were only two or three simulations worth 1700 points and they're not PS3 WUs. A C2D can handle one of the big mothers in a little over a day. The PS3 is currenlty chomping on some ~300 pt WUs that take between 6-8 hours to wrap up.My C2D at work is taking 25 hours for a WU that is only worth 186, this is per core. So the PS3 is way more powerfull, but what do you want with 7 cores, each 3.2 GHZ and working together on one WU.

    Apr 20, 08:07 AM
    Seems to me that it is caused by a faulty video memory...

    Aug 18, 05:57 PM
    Online translators are not very accurate with translating texts. It's much better to just pay a professional to do it for you.

    As for the dropdowns, you could consider replacing them with "suckerfish" dropdowns that use only HTML and CSS and a little tiny javascript for IE.

    Apr 9, 12:56 PM
    So I have owned my 2011MBP (15", 2.2GHz) for about a month now, and while it isn't slow, it doesn't feel as fast as my 3 year old C2D (E6750) based system. On my Windows machine, I can run several virtual machines, for months, without even noticing any impact on other applications such as Adobe CS3, etc. This system only has 4GB of memory, and an older 750GB HD.

    If I try running just 1 virtual machine (be it XP or Windows 7), it makes the laptop almost useless, while the VM itself isn't running that fast either. I have tweaked some of the performance settings in Parallels, but nothing seems to make a difference. I upgraded to 8GB of memory, still no difference.

    Is this a typical experience?

    I just use Boot Camp for Win 7 Pro, same laptop as you 15" 2.2ghz, 4gb ram and 750gb hd w/ hr anti-glare. I have no issues, although I am tempted to upgrade to 8gb ram before my month ends of owning this only for a feeling of complete, if I don't upgrade I could care less b/c this beast is quick and no and I mean no issues.

    Jun 19, 01:07 PM
    Great job to all participants
    Now let the bragging begin

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