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  • darkplanets
    Apr 21, 10:37 PM
    You ARE getting some swap and page outs though, which will slow things down. It's not an issue right now, but if those numbers start getting too large it means you're writing too much to the drive (and reading) and that WILL slow your ass way down.

    Might I ask what you were using? 6GB should be plenty of RAM.

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  • arn
    Dec 18, 10:07 PM
    I guess the eventual goal would be to make it more prominent and linked from various areas (macrumors, macbytes).

    For now, this gives you all a way to turn it on/off.


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  • jayducharme
    Aug 1, 06:54 PM
    It's still beats the pants off anything windows...we're just used to everything working so well it's easy to critique.

    That's really my point. Apple has set the bar high for itself. If I bought a Windows CE phone, I'd expect to have problems. But few Apple products in the last decade have had so many highly publicized issues as iPhone 4. Notice there isn't much press about iPhone 3GS issues or iPad issues or Mac Mini issues. Apple usually produces produces with great usability and high reliability. Maybe I've just gotten spoiled over the years....

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  • rockyroad55
    May 6, 09:30 AM

    If it is your first, then buy either the base 21.5" or ultimate 27". From what I have been reading here, those two are the best so far since the base model of the 21.5" is such a large upgrade from any of the previous models. Since you aren't going to do anything crazy like many of us, you'll be pleasantly surprised with an iMac.


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  • Jax Mac
    Sep 22, 03:10 PM
    Thanks for the feedback!

    It finally hit me the other day that my Quicksilver model is 4.5 years old. It's had a good life.

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  • sineplex
    Sep 26, 05:15 PM
    How old are some of you people anyway?

    I mean, what kind of person goes around wondering whether other people think he has an Iphone or an Ipod touch?

    Get a life or grow up, or both!:eek:

    They are obviously young people and that's what young people do.
    Get a grip man !! don't tell people what they should or shouldn't be doing because it doesn't conform with your world view. . . :rolleyes:


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  • ToM7
    Sep 25, 02:29 AM
    This release also provides a number of important bug fixes, including:

    � Addresses an issue where the picture quality of a video changes depending on whether the on-screen controls are visible.
    � Resolves an issue where iTunes may unexpectedly quit while interacting with album artwork viewed in a separate window.
    � Fixes a problem that affects the performance of some third-party visualizers.
    � Addresses an issue where the iTunes library and playlists appear empty.
    � Resolves an issue that created an incompatibility with some third-party shared libraries

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  • zelmo
    Mar 31, 07:52 AM
    :confused: My son loves Pokemon and, since his birthday is at the end of April, I am thinking of getting him the new Pokemon DS games. I don't know jack about Pokemon. Is there a difference between Diamond and Pearl, or is the existance of multiple versions just a means of generating revenue?


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  • mjstew33
    Sep 22, 02:20 PM
    I would defintiley get the iMac G5 2.0GHz G5 20". one of the best machines on the market today.

    Let us know what you decide.

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  • kayloh20
    Jul 23, 06:49 PM
    Awww, free session videos and now Xcode 4 for everyone? I feel non exclusive :(.

    Ah well, it's nice to know that they're still releasing betas of Xcode 4.


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  • autacraft
    Feb 16, 07:33 AM
    Food Packaging is a HUGELY moot topic here in the UK.

    Namely fresh goods (fruit/veg/meats etc) and how completely wastefully packaged up they have all become. It disgusts me when for example I see fruit such as apples or pears, sat in polystyrene trays and then shrink wrapped and labelled up!

    Chances are, you are actually paying more for this packaging than the products within, let alone the negative impacts it has on the environment in terms of production and (if any) recycling.

    Same applies with a whole myriad of food types, and its more a cultural issue perhaps than anything. We have become obsessed with a certain expectation of 'perfection' and that everything must be delivered and presented to us in ship shape condition, free of artifacts or the possibility of contamination.

    It would be great to see this issue addressed (chiefly in supermarkets might I add) face on, and it might be more a campaign of advertising than perhaps packaging (of the type I mention)

    If however, certain packaging is to be dropped it will have to be replaced with something that still fulfils certain levels of quality & protection etc. This is certainly a design challenge on a few levels, but if there is one thing designers are good at, its thinking laterally about a problem and actually seeing the negatives in existing products/systems etc as being fantastic gateways for improvement.

    Just my two pennies!

    Good luck with your project.

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  • idonotliketostu
    Feb 29, 07:51 PM
    Im curious, how much did you sell these for?


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  • nightfly13
    May 4, 09:51 PM
    "Childs play. Supports 2 30" displays easily."

    And by easily, you mean with $200 in Apple adapters :)

    You can buy the dual-link DVI mini-Display Port adapter for around $65 on Monoprice.com - generic but working. Painful, in any event, but I'll be buying one.

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  • mscriv
    Mar 28, 03:53 PM
    I'm a professional DJ who specializes in weddings. In my consultations I actually encourage brides and grooms to consider breaking the tradition about seeing each other and staging some special "reveal" moment prior to the ceremony where they can see each other and take a few minutes together. This allows for them to give their photographer much more time prior to the ceremony to get creative and fun shots and doesn't set up the typical nightmare of trying to get most or all of the formals after the ceremony and before the reception where guests are waiting and things are stressful.

    Regardless of seeing each other before, the groom will still have those "holy cow" feelings with knots in his stomach when the doors open and she starts down the aisle. My wife and I used this method at our own wedding and it made things so much smoother and took a lot of pressure off of our photographer.


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  • zildjansg
    Dec 29, 03:01 AM
    Food!Food!and Food!:D ...and this

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    May 22, 07:11 AM


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  • BigBagaroo
    Jul 26, 05:04 PM
    Is there a plugin API in Xcode (4)?

    I miss a lot of the brilliant extensions made for VS2008 and VS2010. ReSharper, Telerik, misc database plugins etc. are all good tools that enhance VS and makes it so good. That way some of the itches that Apple can't or won't scratch could be done by other developers.

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  • wanchu83
    Apr 14, 02:37 PM
    I have iphone 4 white and my front is little bit yellowish or lemonish compared to back plate.

    Do they still make it this way or did they correct it and it matches the white rim of backplate(real white color)?

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  • Ahheck01
    Apr 8, 11:55 AM

    Apr 23, 07:52 PM
    I loved my MBA 13 Ultimate so much, we decided to go and get my girlfriend one.. I got this one at the local apple store..

    When I bought my MBA, I ordered AppleCare separately, a few weeks later.. for hers, I got it at the Apple Store.. noticed today when I went to register hers for AC, there was no serial # in the box, etc.. I assume that registration happened automatically when we bought it.. since we bought them together from apple.

    Does this sound right?


    Apr 26, 04:01 PM
    It allows you to view .pdfs, .jpegs, .gifs, etc.

    Mar 28, 05:52 AM
    I have been using screen in the osx terminal to get serial access, using the following:

    screen telnet /dev/tty.usbserial

    Unfortunately I can't scrollback in screen, which makes copying long config files a process of :apple:-C, :apple:-V, and repeat. Any suggestions for native serial support in the osx terminal app WITH scrollback?

    Are you sure thats the command you use? screen telnet /dev/tty.usbserial would start screen and run telnet /dev/tty.usbserial in it which I would expect to fail straight away as telnet doesn't deal with serial ports AFAIK.

    What you probably want to use, assuming you are connecting over a serial line is screen /dev/cu.usbserial

    If you are the only serial port user on your system it probably doesn't really matter if you use cu or tty but cu is the norm when your connecting out via serial (as opposed to waiting for something to connect in).

    With that out of the way I can say that screen does have a scroll back buffer. Perhaps the easiest way to use it, assuming you are using the default key bindings, is CTRL-A ESC and then use your cursor keys to scroll around. ESC again to go back to normal mode. Screen also has copy and paste support built in but you don't need to use it if you are using a modern windowing system like OSX. Remember screen was built for use on dumb terminals where, I can assure you, it's the best thing since sliced bread but thats why it emulates its own terminal within your window.

    If you do want to use something built in that does't do its own terminal emulation then there is the cu command. Depending on the permissions setup you might need to be root to run it (or use sudo) - I haven't really used it under OSX.

    cu -l /dev/cu.usbserial

    You can drop your session with:



    Mar 23, 05:45 AM
    ^ I'm in the dark about that as much as you.

    Mac Kiwi
    Jan 13, 03:57 AM
    Maybe they are alluding to the movie dl service,with the air part?

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