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  • generik
    Dec 16, 04:29 PM
    In OS X you can literally control just about any aspect of the the operating system via terminal. I would argue that an expert *nix user has more "unrestricted control" over OS X than an expert windows user can have under XP.

    I am sure many OSX Server admins will disagree with you on this one.

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  • crazydreaming
    Sep 27, 12:46 PM
    I'm living in a 2 bedroom/4 person suite with a living room. For the first week or so, we connected using the old way: an Ethernet cable.

    But I realized unplugging and plugging back in was silly when I had an Airport Express sitting in my desk.

    So now, we have a wireless network. I lowerd the strength, made it password protected, and hidden. It's awesome! It's hooked up to my JBL Creature speakers and my printer, so now, we can be in the living room online, printing, playing tunes, whatever. Plus there's never anything to plug in when I bring my computer back to the room, just open it up!.

    Watch out though, my roomates have played a trick on me once. I was sitting in front of my computer (and speakers) and my roomate decided to start blasting music on my speakers... I jumped quite a bit...

    The only downside is now I can't share my iTunes library with the rest of the Residence Hall, nor can I view theirs.

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  • Macky-Mac
    Sep 23, 03:34 PM
    isn't it usually only open one day a week?.....there was another thread just a few days ago where somebody said it was going to be open daily on a temp basis until the 3rd

    UK Refurb thread (http://forums.macrumors.com/showthread.php?t=149658&highlight=refurb)

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  • Stampyhead
    Dec 16, 12:00 PM
    Ok, as of today there are no iPod minis at Circuit City or Sharper Image (at least here in Phoenix anyway) and I had found one on PowerMax's website, but they were already sold out of them before I could order one. I had started a deal with another member here, but his unit needed the battery replaced and couldn't have it done and sent to me before next Thursday (that's when I need it). So that said, is there anyone else here who would like to sell me their iPod mini (any color)? If there are any takers, I can send you money via PayPal today if you can ship it today or tomorrow.


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  • panoz7
    Apr 9, 06:18 AM
    Wirelessly posted (Mozilla/5.0 (iPhone; U; CPU iPhone OS 4_3_1 like Mac OS X; en-us) AppleWebKit/533.17.9 (KHTML, like Gecko) Mobile/8G4)

    No, Stella. They are a helluva lot more than just javascript. Go look it up and post your findings.

    I came to the same conclusion as Stella after reading both of those linked to stories. These sound just like bookmarklets, except you don't have to manually type in the javascript string. What am I missing? And don't tell me to google it -- I already tried.

    Technically, modules are somehow similar to bookmarklets, but with more features and more flexibility. This means the modules are written in JavaScript code and they can do everything that can be done with JavaScript. Unlike bookmarklets, where the complete JavaScript code must be squeezed in one single line so that it can be used as a URL with “javascript” scheme, the modules can be nicely formatted, without any line limitation. Modules have a special header section where the module properties are defined. The properties include an icon that is displayed in the Modules panel of iCab Mobile, but also settings which do allow the user to configure the module in the iCab Mobile module settings panel.

    That's from iCAB's website. Yes, technically it's third party code, but so is the javascript on any website. I don't really see the distinction. If malicious javascript can do damage through the modules then I don't see why it couldn't do it through the browser as well.

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  • newdeal
    Apr 17, 06:53 AM
    I hope this is standard on ios5. It is pretty rediculous for the data to be there and yet the ipad doesnt use it


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  • sparkleytone
    Sep 17, 09:56 PM
    follow the link. the guy has some great designs.

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  • peapody
    Jun 22, 03:32 PM
    I pm'ed but still have not heard anything.


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  • bfj
    Apr 26, 01:16 PM
    To be honest, I had forgotten the apple even existed, until I saw the FP iMac commercials early last year. As soon as I saw the commercials, I drove 2 hrs to the closest Apple store to check them out. But, being a PC user for 15 years, I was iffy about going with something I knew nothing about, but, the main thing that limited me was my budget at the time was only 1500, so I couldn't get the iMac w/ the Superdrive, grrr.....

    Well, sadly, I ended up going with a slapped-together Athlon system. Everything was running smoothly, so I thought I was happy with my decision. But, after a few months of playing with system, and countless Windows XP reinstalls, due to system errors, driver conflicts, and that devil-incarnate directx, i started looking at apple's again, even though I had no money to buy one :(

    Then, as luck would have it, during a Thanksgiving day Beer/Football fest, a friend of mine offered to by my Athlon system for 1800, which I couldn't pass up. So, in short, I sold the system within the week, & promptly ordered an iMac, still had to get a 15" (but with the SuperDrive) :) although the 17" was amazing, at the time it was a little out of my budget.

    After using the iMac for a few months, I was very pleased with my decision, I miss the games, but my wife bought me a playstation2 to take care of that, heh.

    After watching my financial situation improve since the beginning of the year, I decided to buy a laptop. I was open to all brands/platforms, and, to be honest, I was intent on buying a peecee laptop, since there were a few things that i HAVE to have a pc for, so I did.....actually I bought two....

    The first one I bought was a Toshiba, but it had a bad video chip, so i returned it, the 2nd was a sony grv-680, a very powerful machine, but 9 lbs was too much, and it had very bad build quality, so I returned it too.

    After researching for a few more weeks, I went to look at the 12" Powerbook....played with it at the Apple store, and took one home that day :)

    (it's got the SuperDrive too, hehe)

    anyway, with the money I saved going w/ the PBook, I stopped by WalMart, and bought one of the 499 HP bundles, which handles the few things that i needed the peecee for, hehe....

    Anyway, after playing with the Powerbook, I've decided that I want the 17"....so, if all things work out, I'll be owning a 17" by the end of summer, my wife will inherent the 12", & my 5-yr old will get the iMac.

    Anyway, that's my story, I went from forgetting apple even existed to owning 2 Macs within a year


    just thought i'd share my story



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  • roadbloc
    Mar 4, 05:03 AM
    I typed "crappy mac" into Bing and Apple's store was a sponsored result. :apple:

    I clicked it so Apple could pay Microsoft for the click.

    That's funnier.


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  • iliketherumors
    Apr 22, 01:02 AM
    reebzor: Given that I can't have wiring running around to the speakers (that need to be on opposite ends of the room), unfortunately this won't work.

    waw74: It sounds like airplay speakers would be the best bet for ease of setup (in theory). The ihome option looks really nice - what a bummer they aren't available yet. Looks like the only AirPlay speaker available now is the Zeppelin Air ($600 apiece, so $1200 for a pair...wow). I'm a bit confused why it has a dock though, since it seems the reason for buying one would be to use airplay, but maybe I am missing the point.

    Sounds like Airport Express would be the least expensive option. I didn't know I can make an Express a "base" without having internet access. So to make sure i understand ... I would buy 2 Airport Expresses. I would connect my MBP to one AirPort Express (no internet connection needed), and then have the AirPort Express create a wireless network, which I could then connect the second AirPort Express to using my MBP. The just plug speakers in the Expresses on opposite sides of the room, and I'll be good to go, correct?


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  • JackT06
    Feb 15, 08:01 AM
    I need to find out how to make it so that the user can change the font size... But i'm unable to find an online tutorial on how to do it.

    I want to make it so that in the footer there are 3 different buttons, which will make the font smaller, the same, and then bigger.



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  • BakedBeans
    Aug 15, 05:10 PM
    did you find out btw?

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  • cbegf
    Nov 13, 09:16 PM
    i dont have a boot floppy can i make one from a pc or do you know where i can get one?


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  • ScoobyMcDoo
    May 1, 08:40 PM
    If your computers have been paired, then you should be able to see it in the bluetooth preferences pane.

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  • simsaladimbamba
    Apr 27, 06:00 PM
    FW400 doesn't carry any power so no it's not going to work.

    They do. That's why we had to send some DV decks back to Sony, as they were often kaputt due to the wrong order of connecting them to the computer.

    FireWire 400 (IEEE 1394-1995)

    The original release of IEEE 1394-1995[11] specified what is now known as FireWire 400. It can transfer data between devices at 100, 200, or 400 Mbit/s half-duplex data rates (the actual transfer rates are 98.304, 196.608, and 393.216 Mbit/s, i.e., 12.288, 24.576 and 49.152 megabytes per second respectively).[4] These different transfer modes are commonly referred to as S100, S200, and S400.
    Cable length is limited to 4.5 metres (14.8 ft), although up to 16 cables can be daisy chained using active repeaters; external hubs, or internal hubs are often present in FireWire equipment. The S400 standard limits any configuration's maximum cable length to 72 metres (236 ft). The 6-circuit connector is commonly found on desktop computers, and can supply the connected device with power.
    The 6-circuit powered connector, now referred to as an alpha connector, adds power output to support external devices. Typically a device can pull about 7 to 8 watts from the port; however, the voltage varies significantly from different devices.[12] Voltage is specified as unregulated and should nominally be about 25 volts (range 24 to 30). Apple's implementation on laptops is typically related to battery power and can be as low as 9 V.
    from http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/IEEE_1394_interface#FireWire_400_.28IEEE_1394-1995.29


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  • vestigo74
    Apr 20, 01:55 PM
    Man, I almost wigged out. I just bought the iPad version for $19.99... but this 99 cent thing is only for the iPhone/iPod touch versions.


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  • macquariumguy
    Sep 14, 07:11 PM
    Back home, we would call that "bait". I think the lump is a hitchhiking snail.

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  • Benjy91
    Apr 3, 02:58 PM
    Source: http://www.winrumors.com/leaked-forza-4-video-unveils-kinect-features/

    A promotional video for Microsoft’s Forza 4 game leaked to the Internet on Friday.

    WinRumors held back from posting the video until Microsoft representatives were able to confirm the video was genuine and not an elaborate April Fools. Microsoft has confirmed the authenticity of the video and has claimed it was never meant for public distribution.

    The video in question was not intended for public distribution and may not accurately reflect features and functionality that ship in Forza Motorsport 4. We will have more to share on Forza Motorsport 4 in the near future.


    The video shows off some of the promised Kinect features for Forza 4. “Stand up and use your hands to open the doors, retract the roof, fire up the engine,” says the narrator of the video. The game will feature 80 car manufacturers, a figure that has never been seen before in a racing game. “Kinect powered head tracking allows you to look into the corners while you race,” says the narrator. IGN also notes that Top Gear’s own test track might make its way to Forza 4.

    The video shows that the Kinect integration will mainly be for the less hardcore gamers. Microsoft’s promise to share more information on Forza 4 “in the near future” will keep the masses hoping for further Kinect integration.

    Forza Motorsport 4 Developer Video (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_UDbjkePJa0&feature=player_embedded)

    Apr 27, 11:58 AM
    Can you link us to the ebay auction so we can see some pictures.etc?

    Possibly this (http://cgi.ebay.com/Apple-iMac-G4-Q26-DVT-17-Display-1-0GHZ-DVD-ROM-Parts-/200461261683) ?
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    Sep 23, 05:52 PM
    Welcome to the family! ;) If you have any questions at all, just ask them here on MacRumors - there are more than enough knowledgeable and friendly people here to help you out no matter what it is you may need. :cool:

    did you even bother reading the opening post....hahaha

    Mar 11, 05:51 PM
    Doors opened promptly at 5:00, and the first batch of customers were welcomed in to the store to thunderous applause (I've seen this on videos, but I thought it was just a Cupertino or NY flagship store thing). I was about four people behind the first batch in, so I ended up getting in and out in 15 minutes.

    When I left, the line stretched all the way back to the ice skating pavilion and around the corner to Panera. If I had to guess, easily north of 250 people.

    Here's an interesting tidbit: just before the doors opened, one member of the security team started barking at people to put their cameras and cellphones away. He was even chasing down pedestrians on the other side of the street. Not sure what that B.S. was about, but as a photographer, I take exception to that sort of overreach. It's a public street, and last time I checked, the Apple store is not a post office, military base, or other government facility.

    Mobius 1
    May 4, 07:39 PM
    MacBook 5.1

    Apr 30, 10:01 AM
    i found this thread while looking for the solution to a similar situation. I too am looking for a phone with a QWERTY keyboard that does not require a data plan, but I also need a calendar that can sync with my mac computer. I don't care what calendar it is (google/ical/other) and and am willing to buy/download third party software, but am not sure about Bit Pim since fourm users' reviews seem mixed at best. I would like to stay with Verizon (cdma) if possible, but haven't found a phone on their network to fit my needs, so now I am open to any carrier. Any advice appreciated.

    Well, I don't know about the calendar syncing, but the best Verizon feature phone is the LG enV3.

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