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  • competitive swimming,

  • Can any of the 2011 iMac owners check if any of the components in their newly bought iMac operate underclocked?

    Apple has, in the past, been known to do this to maintain a certain power consumption or thermal level.

    This could explain some of the "low" scores we are seeing of late.

    nope they are fine and stock CPUs

    2.5Ghz/2.7Ghz i5s are 65watts and good performance CPUs

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  • Charlene Wittstock is Prince

  • Anyone? I may be very lonely queing on my own!

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  • friend Charlene Wittstock

  • I find a p&s is invaluable in a theme park with kids. You really don't have time to mess with settings and the last thing you want to do is worry about your camera. I have a zs3 (tz-7?) and find the long zoom and wide angle perfect for all kinds of shots. The one-touch video button helps too because there is often some action you want to catch. Versatility is key for me in that kind of situation.

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  • Charlene Wittstock,

  • I've got this camera and it's a very nice little package. My 1GB card fits a hella of a lot of images, the quality is superb and at that price... it's hard to go wrong.

    A very handy little camera that I'd highly recommend.

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  • that won't work in a mac pro unless you replace the heat spreaders, anyway. they have the standard jedec spreaders on them.

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  • Image. Former South African

  • I logged into my account to verify an iTunes store purchase (why you have to confirm a purchase of a free app I will never understand) where I found someone else's account information. It's my Apple ID and email, but it is their name, address, phone, nickname, and credit card number. Has any ever seen this before? Has there been recent news about Apple's servers being compromised? Does this mean someone else is looking at my information? There's no way I will be reentering the correct information until Apple can convince me my account is secure.

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  • met Wittstock in 2000 when

  • I've learned over time that zooming is really something you shouldn't do often. So many people think they can make amazing videos by zooming in and out all the time when really the zooming just hurts them.

    It can be dramatic if done right, and sparingly, but it should not be overused. And always disable the "digital" zoom option on any camera. It's optical zoom, or nohing.

    I'd recommend not using copyrighted music without the proper permissions.

    Certainly for anything shared publicly (although YouTube seems to be changing the rules by allowing you to use certain tracks as long as they get to link to the artist credits and a "buy track" page on iTunes/Amazon). I'd say it should be OK for personal use and for learning how to edit against music.

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  • Swimming the Midmar Mile

  • Not sure if I am going too far. If your web server supports php, as most do, try including this.

    <?php require_once('menu.html'); ?>
    where menu.html is the file which your menu is located.

    If you are unfamiliar with php or programming, start off with a blank page to test it out. Then proceed to put that code in different parts of the page to see how it comes out.

    Yes, my server supports php, but I tried a include file instead of require_once. I'll try that and see how it works. Thanks for the help.

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  • Swimming the Midmar Mile

  • Hi guys,
    Pulling my hair out with this one as I'm one of those types that wants a fix and not a workaround.

    A couple of days ago I put my Mac Pro to sleep before I got into bed as I usually do.

    I was just drifting off to sleep and the thing decided to wake up on it's own. I put it back to sleep and I thought nothing of it until about 30 mins later it did it again.

    Now I reset the PRAM, reset the SMC, trashed the powermanagement.plist and this didn't have an affect.

    I then thought actually, why not do a fresh install of Snow Leopard as it's been running for sometime now and I had a lot of software installed I didn't use so I thought why not.

    It's STILL doing the same thing.

    Now the log says:

    20/04/2011 15:40:21 kernel en0 Link down
    20/04/2011 15:40:21 kernel en1 Link down
    20/04/2011 15:40:22 kernel System Sleep
    20/04/2011 15:40:22 kernel Wake reason = UHC6
    20/04/2011 15:40:22 configd[13] network configuration changed.
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 Spotify[568] Reachability Flag Status: -R tc----- networkStatusForFlags
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 Spotify[568] Reachability Flag Status: -R tc----- networkStatusForFlags
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 kernel System Wake
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 kernel Previous Sleep Cause: 5
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 kernel The USB device BRCM2046 Hub (Port 1 of Hub at 0x5a000000) may have caused a wake by issuing a remote wakeup (2)
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 kernel The USB device Bluetooth USB Host Controller (Port 1 of Hub at 0x5a100000) may have caused a wake by issuing a remote wakeup (3)
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 kernel EIR is supported.
    20/04/2011 18:11:34 kernel SSP is supported.
    20/04/2011 18:11:37 kernel Ethernet [Intel82574L]: Link up on en1, 1-Gigabit, Full-duplex, Symmetric flow-control, Debug [796d,af48,0de1,0200,cde1,3c00]
    20/04/2011 18:11:39 ntpd[42] bind() fd 25, family 30, port 123, scope 5, addr fe80::ea06:88ff:fecc:3b61, in6_is_addr_multicast=0 flags=0x11 fails: Can't assign requested address
    20/04/2011 18:11:39 ntpd[42] unable to create socket on en1 (13) for fe80::ea06:88ff:fecc:3b61#123
    20/04/2011 18:11:40 kernel en0 Link down

    So I am presuming it's a bluetooth device, which is either my magic mouse or my apple wireless keyboard causing the issue.

    Could it be a dodgy bluetooth card though?

    It hasn't had this problem ever before so I was also thinking it's maybe due to the recent 10.6.7 update which I read caused some trouble with bluetooth devices on some other macs.

    It's just really bizarre.

    I can turn off the 'allow bluetooth devices to wake this computer' and see if that helps but I have NEVER had to change this default setting before which would suggest some other conflict, a faulty mouse or keyboard or a faulty bluetooth card.

    I don't want to just fix the symptom if the underlying problem is faulty hardware as I would rather have the offending article swapped out whilst I still have applecare.

    Has anyone else experienced this lately???

    Really appreciate you reading this so thanks!

    Ross :)

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  • Charlene Wittstock takes part

  • 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.

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  • Monaco Charlene Wittstock

  • Unfortunately it isn't since they aren't using the same chipset.

    You could, however, upgrade the 8-core base model to a 12-core or upgrade the quad core base model to a single 6-core.

    Would I need to get another mother board with that?

    And Second, this might seem like an odd question (forgive me, im really not too knowledgable on this subject) but would I be able to keep the actual Quad Core processor and add that additional 6 core processor?


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  • photo Charlene Wittstock

  • I've never got too into Cocos2D but I can at least throw a hint your way, but hopefully someone else can come by and offer more help. There is probably a much simpler way in Cocos to do this than what I am about to say:

    Ok after writing a long winded reply I found a site that does a better job at explaining it (and has pictures!). The concept is important (and useful even if Cocos does have some sort of built in method to handle it).

    I would also highly suggest if you do have to do this manually, use a bounding circle (or rectangle) first to check for collisions, and if you find one, THEN do per pixel collision detection. It will help performance greatly.

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  • PRINCE ALBERT AND CHARLENE the 13th Fina World Swimming Championships, Village Roma

  • I love me my partitions. But don't do it. Wait a year or so, see what partitions you'll need. You cannot just guess at these things-- Decide how many partitions, for what purpose, and most importantly, how big. Then partition if the mood strikes you. For now, tho, just have fun with OS X :)


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  • Charlene Wittstock and

  • I tried to include the .h file through #import <Fraction.h> directive but I get compiler error "No such file ore directory".

    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.

    I am sure that there are no compilation errors in the Fraction.h and Fraction.m.
    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.

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  • Bah Flash is so 2004. Learn something like PHP, some Javascript and learn to leverage the XMLHttpRequest object and you'll find you don't need Flash. ;)

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  • Charlene Wittstock

  • Weird. I get tons of e-mail and have never noticed this since updating. I wonder what causes it for some users and not others.

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  • Hi lokerd,

    can you or someone explain how to double tap to switch apps with Sbsettings? I cannot see this option!

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  • Uh oh.

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  • Charlene Wittstock

  • Hi,

    Originally posted by Rower_CPU
    He'll only be there for another couple of weeks. wdlove and shadowfax will pass him pretty quickly.

    You've still got some time to relish your position, jef. ;)

    it was a fun ride getting there, too

    first there was john123, spikey, and kela at the top

    then i entered there with eye and mischief and for a short time, i was number one and they both passed me up, but while i passed mischief some time back, eye has pulled way ahead

    then i think everybody else came on later that year and the next who now populate the top spots here

    somehow i think mr anderson will stay number one for a long time and be in the top ten for several years to come:D

    Hi sorry to be annoying ( if I am?) but would you consider $350 shipped?

    Originally posted by mnkeybsness
    for that sound input, go to systempreferences>sound

    go to the input option and see if anything comes up when you plug it in.

    and for the itunes problem, you may want to type 'top' (no quotes) into a terminal and see what's eating up your processor.

    In the input, there's a "Line In" option. Thats all. And for the terminal, the only thing running with the highest %of usage was the 'TOP'. At 6%CPU. Everyhthing else was 0.something. :confused: :confused:

    Netflix had an update yesterday for the iPhone. Maybe same for Ipad. Do you have the latest update or is it out for the iPad?

    Just less than 1MB for me.

    I like updates for Mac OS X.

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