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  • Woah. I'm first in line. And only person in line. I'll be one of the first people to even open the box. :-)

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  • Maybe I'm getting old, but there doesn't seem to be any right now. :( All of the games I find interesting are being funneled/gimped to the 360, or the promising ones have been blah in general. The only game that my PC buddies got into, which I didn't for obvious reasons, was WoW, which of course is cross platform. Now that's all some of them play. :confused:

    I haven't bought a PC game for a few years now. My PC Tower(s) are only on for a little bit of work these days.

    What type of games do you like, I can ask my friends if they've found anything good at the moment, or if WoW is still consuming their lives? I've been gaming on PCs since the eighties and prior to this drout used ot game all of the time, mostly online and via LAN parties. And MS thinks we'll pay for services that are still free...

    This is the only game (http://www.2kgames.com/bioshock/) I'm even remotely interested in playing. But I'm not hold my breath, since System Shock 2 and other games that uses a similar approach to the first one, kind of blew chuncks in comparison.


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  • Get a gigabit switch. They're cheap. As well, many/most currently sold WiFi routers and cable modems/DSL routers have a built-in gigabyte switch.

    To use the WiFi printer, the device that is printing does NOT have to connect to the WiFi router via WiFi. It can connect hard-wired. That means if the WiFi router has a gigabyte switch, the connection to other hard-wired devices will be gigabyte (assuming gigabyte capability in the other device.) So the WiFi speed is not an issue, except when printing. And the WiFi speed will be more than sufficient for printing. You'll also be able to print from both machines.
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    It's hooked up to my cable modem, the Mini and the router. Both the Mini and the router get external IPs, however the Mini is connected full speed, while you can't get more than 20% of the bandwidth through the router, doesn't matter whether you're connected via Ethernet or WiFi-n to it. I guess the Mini is somehow prioritized by the modem.

    And no, I can't connect the router to the modem and the mini to the router - because this is a 110MBit/s DOCSIS3 connection and as stated, the router only has 100MBit/s ethernet ports. I could however connect the router to the Mini via the USB2.0 ethernet adapter intended for the MacBook Air, but I don't really want to dedicate any CPU to that at all.

    Darwin: This is exactly what I wanted, and Ethernet was already on top of WiFi. Thanks.

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  • Yea sent it in as bug ... may not be isolated to 10.7, as other threads have come up in the past month since iOS 4.3.1 and iTunes 10.2.1


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  • hi,
    I'm having trouble with vertical distance in GoLive.

    eg: my home page.

    I want to have a certain distance between various headings and sections of www.eclispenow.org but really can't seem to get the "box" tool working properly. Any ideas for guaranteeing vertical distance... without getting into html? (Html scares me at this stage.):eek:

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  • Exactly, what's your problem?
    Today a girl at school saw my iPod (on case, that is) and screamed "Oh my God, the iPhone 4, I'm holding it on my hands! You are so lucky!" Seems I don't have to make any effort :D
    It DOES look like the iPhone 4, except for the size, TBH. I love it, anyway.

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  • yep,it's nil,I haven't call it before.
    That would seem to be a problem...

    Dejo,I don't see any problem releasing newView(?)
    This is also a problem.

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  • After searching here: http://mroogle.edesignuk.com/

    I cannot find a thread that addresses my question.

    I am looking for a high quality screen protector for my iPhone 4 what will cover the entire display from Edge to Edge.

    Recently I received one from Boxwave and it did not go all the way out to the edges of the glass. As a result the protector and the edge of the case that overlaps the side of the phone, interfered and the protector edges curled up.

    Also I don't want to mess with water or solutions needed to install the protector. That's one of the reasons I chose Boxwave, as it goes on dry.


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  • Hi I just bought a 2011 Macbook Pro 13" two weeks ago and have been very happy with it. I usually plug it with power and output to a 23" LED monitor. The laptop is close and at times the Apple light turns on and the fan also turns on. I can feel that the battery part is really hot so I turn off and let it rest. Sometimes I also plug with power and use it at coffee shop. In this case, the battery part also gets hot and I can feel the heat as I type. This happens especially when I plugged my phone with the macbook to charge the phone.

    Anyone experience the same with their 2011 Macbook Pro or it could be something wrong with my system? Thanks for your help and comment. :)

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  • Oh, and I haven't played in a while, but if you're looking for someone to play against, I'd be up for a match sometime.

    My username is Severian on Dragon Go Server.

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  • Hey I'm on right now if you'd like to chat. Suladead2048

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  • who still uses OS9 and for what??:confused:

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  • Well all, after many months of tryign to figure out what computer to get I finally got myself a new 17incher. First, thanks to all those who helped me figure out what to do. Secondly I'd like to say that when I was driving the 60 miles hoem from the apple store wiating to open up the computer I was a little nervous that i might have gotten one that is too large for me, and I should have stuck with the 15 incher. Well now I've had the computer home fora few hours, and must say... I absolutely positively made the right choice size wise. This computer is somethign I need for traveling, so its small form make it an easy companion for trips, and I don't need it on a plane so much, so that's fine. Right now I'm playing puzzle pirates writing this and watchign a movie n small mode, and can see most everything. For anyone trying to decide between a 15 ich and a 17 inch, relaly the real estate space on the 17 inch is to die for. I didn't think it'd matter that much to me, but coming from an old 15inch apple flat panle to this, well there's just no comparison. Everything is so nice and open, not cramped at all. Also I'd liek to say that this screen is gorgeous, and whiel I haven't watched a movie on full screen mode, I can't wait to see how it does. I suppose that's all i have for now. Feel free to ask me questions, as I'd love to answer them. I'm so incredibly happy with my computer right now that I don't wanna go to sleep, and would rather tinker around with it all night. Anyway like i said, if you've got questions jsut ask.

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  • Since I got it so cheap, I want to upgrade the hell out of it and use it as my primary machine (age of it be damned). I want to expand the RAM fully to 16 GB, put a fast 2 GB HDD in, and get the best possible Video card available.

    Good for you! Glad to hear another PPC admirer is willing to keep his Mac going even when the nay-sayers shoot your idea down. My 1.25ghz iMac G4 is my primary desktop at home, and my 800mhz one is my primary office desktop. I have to say, 9 out of 10 people that come in compliment my iMac. :) Your Powermac would likely receive equal compliments from me.

    2. What is everyone's opinion to the possibility that after I get this thing where I want it, Apple will drop support for Leopard and I will no longer be able to sync my iPhone, iPad, or iPods to it. I of course, Plan to keep my Intel Macs running on the other end of the room (along with my "necessary" PC) but since I sit in THIS chair in my office most of the time, it would be nice to do everything from right here...

    I can't answer your first question, but I have to say that this will likely come sooner than later. Within the next 2 years, I'd guess. Apple has a tendency to focus on 2 Operating Systems at a time - the current, and the most recent. Tiger is just about dead to them after a very long and happy life - longer than any Mac OS before it I'd say.

    Since Leopard is the last string that ties PPC users have to the most recent Apple tech they can get their hands on, I'd say Apple would support it longer than Tiger, but not much longer than they already have. The iPhone 4 and iPad 2 both support 10.5.8, which surprised me - to my pleasure - and I'd guess the next round of iPods, the iPhone 5, and the iPad 3 would support 10.5, but my guess is that'll be it.

    My iPhone 4 happily syncs with my iMac at home, and it's entirely convenient that my old desktop is my media hub, keeping stuff off my laptops, but the convenience won't be a measure when 10.5 doesn't support my iPhone. I'll always have an iPhone, and I'll keep my iMac G4 going as long as I can. When they drop support for 10.5, worst case, I'll have to migrate all my media to my MacBook - even though everything in one place (even backed up) isn't my ideal safety scenario.

    Hope my thoughts help! Sorry for my long-winded post, as usual.

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  • My english is a little bit rusty but I'll try to explain what I think.

    If you only look at this with a financial perspective there is a certain timeframe that within you should choose to either sell or keep. Like with cars and everything else. If you decide to keep past this timeframe you'll have to wait for a longer period of time for it to be financially smart to upgrade, the longer the better.

    Having an unstable video card (don't take my word for it, I've just read it here) may point in the direction of upgrading sooner rather than later. If it fails you have no computer and nothing to sell.

    At what age this "timeframe" for MBPs is I don't know. I guess it varies from country to country and also depend on the market a lot. Since the apple care is over, I'm guessing a couple of months ago. In my country we have rights beyond apple care (5 years from purchase). If the video card is unlikely to fail and you don't really need to upgrade, then why not simply keep it until it dies? If you're going to get a new MBP within 1-2 years, I'd see how much I could get for it.

    I'm not sure if I made myself clear here. I'm always struggling with buying new expensive things myself, especially if I don't really need them. It's all about how much you're willing to pay to get the latest.

    Good luck!

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  • We only have two sleds but I went with Hitachi Deskstar, HDS722020ALA330. There's a jumper on the back but it's unlabeled and mostly undocumented. I don't know what it does, and it didn't matter.

    As a precaution, which I think was important, I put each drive on an SATA USB adapter with my MacBook and formatted them both to HFS+ with APM. Apparently the controllers hate GPT.

    They both worked perfectly, much to my pleasant surprise.

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  • I lined up for the iPhone 3G last year! And I lined up with my girlfriend for the Palm Pre last weekend (http://www.crazyhawt.com/2009/06/06/palm-pre-waiting-in-line-first-impressions/). This year, i'm doing this by mail :). My 3GS should arrive on the 19th.

    You actually lined up for the Palm Pre? I feel sorry for you.

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  • If its video editing for after, with a mind to move towards after effects.

    While the CPU is important to this, Really you should look more at the RAM your going to use and how much (lots is the answer), and IMO the most important thing, the GPU.

    In a windows i7 machine, I run 16GB of DDR3 1600MHz ram, and use a PNY Nvidia Quadro FX card. (the 4800 if your interested)

    This made the biggest difference to the editing suite. The difference between gaming cards and professional editing cards is immense. The pro cards do things like effects on the fly, and rendering on the fly, and these are the bits that really make multiple layers of 1080p possible. And I have a friend who runs the 3800 in his, and again this works fantastically.

    And as well as the GPU you can start to look at addional cards, we've been using the matrox CompressHD card for a while. And absolutely love it.

    Also you should look at hard drive arrays. An SSD for the boot drive and to run the programs from. Then a scratch drive, for after effects, plus a media storage drive, plus a project drive, plus a backup drive. (which if you stick the SSD in the second optical drive bay it all just abouts fits)

    But yeah, the other point to note out is that a good few of the plug-ins that we use for Adobe Premiere and after effects are only single processor enabled. so 20 cores at 2.2Ghz isnt going to be as fast as 2 cores at 3.5Ghz. (for those effects at least)

    Video effects, and especially at 1080p are going to be huge, and really test out a system.

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  • Glad to hear that :)

    I only do online gaming, btw.

    Sorry... do you mean that this machine will be specifically for gaming?

    Wow that's amazing. How much did it cost roughly and how long did it take you to collect so many?

    I started collecting DVDs in 2001/2002 (can't really tell exactly) and bought my last one in 2009. Before that I bought laserdiscs (still have a nice collection of those, too). Here in Germany it was quite difficult to get movies without dubbed sound (Germans dub everything) and I absolutely hate not hearing the original actor's voice. We're talking pre-internet era here, early to mid nineties. So I went for (expensively) imported LDs. When DVDs were introduced it was a dream come true. Next to the German dubbing almost every DVD contained the original sound and was much cheaper compared to an LD, plus the picture quality was way better. I sometimes still watch an LD, though, because the analog audiotracks rule. ;)

    Summing it up: Nine years, lots of cash, no regrets. Now I'm all digital with a Mac mini and 6TB connected to my flatscreen. It's really comfortable.

    ^^^^^"Thank you for your tolerance" coming from someone named "anti-microsoft" has to be somewhat ironic, right??????

    hahaha! True, I joined in 2006 when Microsoft was Apple's biggest enemy... If I could just rename myself to "ALittleLessTolerantOfGoogleThanApple"


    I thought about the Air, especially considering I'll be buying an SSD to replace the HDD in the MBP, however the 4GB of RAM and the older Core 2 Duo processors kinda scared me away. Now if the MBA has a refresh before we get back in July I'll definitely look into it...

    As was your +1 for the $1199 13" or $1499 13"


    The updated Air may be available around the time you get back home, so that might be an option to consider.

    And thank you for serving. It is appreciated and I wish you a safe trip back home.

    none...get an iphone

    You mind as well suggest he gets a 42" LCD TV as your suggestion obviously has nothing to do with what he was looking for.


    I personally would pick the classic simply because I love having the capacity to hold most of my collection without having to pick and choose.

    If you..
    - want a smaller player
    - need FM radio
    - want a (poor) video camera
    - have a tendency to drop things (since it is flash based it can take beatings better than the classic can)
    - have a small enough collection or can easily pick what you want and don't want.
    - You don't plan on expanding your collection much.
    Go with the 5th Gen Nano

    If you..
    - want superior battery life
    - want superior capacity
    - hard drive fragility isn't a issue for you
    - interested in holding video (16GB nano isn't going to do much for holding video)
    - don't mind the larger form factor (some prefer it, fits much more comfortably in hand for me in comparison to the nano)
    Go with the classic

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