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    Jun 11, 11:18 AM
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  • altecXP
    Apr 1, 09:19 PM
    Has anyone had luck with Chrome in 10.7? When I try to Quit it won't. I have to Force Quit in Activity Monitor, and Chromuim nightly's won't even launch.

    When i try to download a file in Safari I get the Download window and a message that the file can't be downloaded. I click on re-try and then a 2nd item is added to the download list for the file and it downloads while the 1st file seems to still be retrying.

    I'd post a screen shot of this but when I try I just get a full black screen like this:

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  • Dunepilot
    Apr 2, 10:56 AM
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  • Weaselboy
    May 3, 08:59 AM
    Your MBP does not have the SATA III connection required to get the max performance out of the M4. Your MBP has only a SATA II connection, so even though the M4 would work it will not give you peak speeds shown in benchmark tests.

    Look at the test at the top of this page ( that shows overall system performance. Note the M4 at a SATA II connection and the Intel 320 are about the same speed.

    With the same performance and better price and reliability of the Intel, I hink Intel is your best choice.

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  • rdowns
    Mar 28, 01:06 PM
    just to clarify, i'm not asking for advice in if I should invest. I understand concerns that apple has hit an all time high, but I strongly believe it will only increase in the next year.

    If anyone has any advice as to how I can do this that would be great.

    Call your local discount broker's office- TD Ameritrade, eTrade and ask them if it's possible.


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  • StarbucksSam
    Feb 23, 08:06 PM
    I like it. However, I'm not crazy about the fonts used in it or that the controls are always on.

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  • R94N
    Aug 18, 05:37 AM
    I have never, ever heard of anything like this happening on the Underground; but then again I'm only 14 so I haven't been around that long in the grand scheme of things :P

    No matter how slow it was rolling its still a big deal, even the slightest bump from another car can derail especially with the condition of the tracks on da tube

    Yeah, I suppose, but the actual tunnel has only just enough room for a train car, so it would be less of a deal. Could still damage the tunnel wall though I suppose. It is pretty bumpy on most of the tracks in the UK I think.


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    Jun 29, 04:03 AM
    ifi remember right the powermacs do not have a mic port, just a line in. the mic port has an extra amp i believe to make it work. im not sure, it was something like that that the audio guy at work wa explaining to me. i would recommend getting an imic, and go from from there.



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  • jsw
    Jan 7, 11:02 AM
    I hate FileVault.
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    Feb 8, 03:50 PM
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    Dec 20, 03:44 PM
    I like it. Some privacy advocates don't like it, but I for one am more paranoid about giving out my SSN. If someone wants your print they could get it from the keyboard you type your password/pin in. You can't lose your finger print, or have it stolen (without knowing it's missing right away). These devices are already pretty good at ignoring 'fakes', and I've seen some that have hea sensors to make sure the 'finger' being read is warm enough to be a persons.

    Anyways, in my experience with them they are alright. I would like to have one at home that I could use for my passwords at websites and such. Have my password be a random series of characters and have the reader insert it only after verifying my finger. Would work nice. Same for the ATM... no mor lost cards or trying to keep the guy behind me from seeing my PIN...

    Did you ever see that James Bond movie where a guy offers 007 a drink and then takes it to analyze his fingerprints after he handled it? The fingerprints matched although later 007 peeled off the fake prints from his fingers. Whether this is feasible or not I don't know, but fingerprints alone seems like a pretty risky strategy. If it were a matter of fingerprints only I bet there will be a rash of missing fingers and it wouldn't be hard to heat them to body temperature....

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  • Night Spring
    Apr 5, 12:47 AM
    Out of curiosity, why did you use a third party charger? I've done it a few times with other devices, but it's always been with quality, branded chargers (like charging my Kindle with my BlackBerry's charger), but I wouldn't dare do that with my iPad unless I knew it was top quality since so many of those third party chargers, like third party batteries, can damage your equipment.

    By the way, I think using a third party charger may have voided your warranty anyway. At least on some devices I'm pretty sure it does.

    No way third party chargers void warranty, if it did, we wouldn't have a single Apple device left with any warranty. :eek:

    Anyway, OP is in luck, as 4.3.1 JB just came out. So he can just restore to that and see if that fixes his problem.


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  • Saladinos
    Jul 23, 02:34 PM
    The first preview had a lot of major bugs. It may be near feature complete, but I agree that they need to spend time and ensure the IDE is stable before they make a GM.

    They'll just use fix-it and ship it next week :)

    XCode 3 is way old. It was released with Leopard. Since then, we've only really had minor revisions (3.1, 3.2) and very infrequent intervals (3.2 released with snow leopard). I would expect Apple have been working on this for a very long time already.

    Many of those features (e.g. the static analyser, which came with 3.2) could very well have been the result of development done for XCode 4.

    Since the product was announced which such fanfare at WWDC, I would imagine a release would happen in the next few months. Possibly with the iPad's OS4 update (predicted to be around late August/September).

    EDIT: In case anybody was worried, XCode 4 by default installs in to its own folder (/Xcode4) and can co-exist with 3.X. It can open 3.X projects and does not "upgrade" them or make them incompatible with earlier versions.

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  • bevhoward
    Jul 27, 05:29 PM
    The iPod touch bluetooth only works for headphones. There's no profile for anything else...

    The blurb for the iTouch iOS4 upgrade blurb ( indicates that bluetooth functionality has been extended to include keyboards. Unfortunately, I have tested this on a 2gen itouch using two non apple keyboards that worked with an ipad, but they did not "discover" although there was indication that a dialog had transpired.

    Very disappointing... anyone know anything more about what the ios4 brings to the BT table and if the 2gen is even included?

    fwiw, I _was_ able to pair BT stereo headsets to the 2gen under os3 but it appears that the upgrade to 4 may have disabled even that option.

    Beverly Howard


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  • applekid
    Apr 2, 10:31 PM
    The version but what about the Black color - is that permanent?

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  • adpretto
    Apr 30, 07:48 AM
    Hey There,

    Thanks for the shout out.

    Me and My GF are first in line out here in San Diego , And at our Apple Store no one is inside, and we are out here alone.

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  • TomKing
    Apr 26, 07:08 PM
    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.

    Apr 2, 11:56 PM
    Im going to a party this weekend, and I will be bringing my cell (I usually dont because I get drunk)

    I want to plan ahead incase this happens, what will happen if some idiot steals it?

    Do I call Rogers up (my carrier) and tell them? Will they charge me something and give me a replacement phone?

    May 5, 08:50 PM
    my answer is yes and no. I'll explain if this puzzles you.
    Yes, I did make my Lion a major OS of use on my main machine.
    No, I did not upgrade my Snow Leopard installation.

    What I did was install it on a partition on a secondary drive in my tower, but I tend to use lion and the snow leopard partitions equally. I usually end up switching back and forth after a week or so of using each. both contain most of the same programs and bookmarks so I can easily do some work no matter which side i'm on, thankfully I haven't had too many issues with programs not working in lion. I did a clean install of lion DP1 and then wiped that and did a clean install of DP2 and have since just done the recommended updates. so yes, I did upgrade my main machine to lion, and no I don't use lion as my sole OS.

    Apr 10, 07:36 PM
    i've got one for you, but mine is version '9.0.4' instead of '9.2.2' like the link above. also have the matching 'Software Restore' disc, and an 'iMac Applications' disc also stamped but looks to be later as it's a lighter shade of gray. i know that i used the disc to install 9.0.4 on a b&w g3, so this should work for you.

    i've no use for them, if you want them, pm you mailing address and i'll slap a couple stamps on them and send them on. best of luck with the restore project.

    May 6, 04:06 PM
    Is it true you actually have to launch Launchpad first, then find your app and click it open? if so, how is that an improvement? By the time you perform those steps, you could have typed the app name into Spotlight, or opened the app folder in the dock.

    Maybe there's a way to have Launchpad open upon startup of your machine by default, then just click open app icons from there, much in the same way Windows users have icons pinned to their desktops?

    Looking forward to WWDC in a month when we should get a better idea of what Lion is really going to be like.

    Nov 1, 12:18 PM
    I want a Hardware category.

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