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  • andrewmon
    Apr 3, 09:23 AM
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  • Bob_Barker
    Oct 3, 04:32 PM

    I'm only interested in trading for an iPod touch.

    Thanks for the offer.

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  • velocityg4
    Feb 13, 11:17 PM
    :confused: :apple: can i use pdanet for ipod touch :confused: :apple:

    Yes you will need to Jailbreak your iPod Touch first then install through Cydia.

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  • eclipse
    Dec 5, 08:59 PM
    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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  • rmlred
    Mar 13, 03:14 PM
    Pretty nice start Royce. The whole learning to film and video edit is about trying something out, look at it with a critical eye and the fix what can be better... And with your age, and effort, you could probably become really good. You seem to have a basic idea of what you want to do.

    Now to the constructive critisism :)

    I think looking at these videos, my next move would be to try and stabilize the shots even more. Make your pans really smoothe... do this by panning 1-2 secs more than you want in each end of the shot and then edit that part out. It's often the beginning and the end where some stuttering occurs, especially if you don't have a video head for the stand.

    "Less is more"... a popular phrase that still holds merit. In this case try to give more variation to your zoom shots. I think I noticed 3 zooms in a row... that might be too much for some. Also do test runs with these zooms so it's nice and tight and you don't have to adjust angle during the zoom.

    You know, one thing I absolutely love is sideways dolly shots. This can ofcourse be a bit hard without an actual dolly, but you can achieve something similar with a homemade stabilizer (the t-section one with metal piping works pretty good...). Then do the finishing touches in something like AE or anything else that can track movement.

    I don't want to sound like you did a poor job, because you didn't. I wish more guys like you would spend time learning how to do this job.
    So get out there, and like you said, you can make movies about anything... don't let anyone tell you you can't do this or that. Your imagination will decide what's right!


    Edit: realised I didn't see your mud race vid. I actually think that was nicely done, apart from the excessive contrast ;) (a matter of taste, some like it some don't... let the client decide.) Your zooms worked fine and the freehand motion came more to its right here than on the beach.
    I might sound old fasioned, but I like when the camera movement fits the atmosphere of the scene... therefore a more tranquil movement might have suited the beach shots better. Where the raw action environment of the huge trucks work excellent with hard zooms and a little motion in the pans.

    I would have took my tripod down to the beach, but being 15 my only transportation is an Arbor Longboard. Thanks a lot for your advice, I will consider it. Thanks again.

    I think that legreve gave you some really solid advice. You editing is really good, way better than mine was when I was 15. Just concentrate on slowing down your zooms/pans and keeping the camera steady when you have to film.

    I've been interested in video editing since I was 12 or 13. It just now took off for me, got a new a camera, MacBook Pro, and some legit software. Thanks for you're post.

    Who at age 15 gets asked to shoot video of hot chicks? Well done.

    I'm a total amateur and much older, but the advice above about the smoothness of the pans seems spot on. Watching the hot chicks video (the only one I watched) there was just so much motion it was almost dizzying.

    I actually wasn't videoing at the photo shoot, I was taking pictures. I did edit the video though. I will admit it was a pretty lucky job. Here are the photo shoot pictures: http://www.facebook.com/album.php?aid=350121&id=414748618065

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  • Consultant
    Nov 29, 02:15 PM
    The simple answer is that if your company is not making enough money to pay a trademark attorney, you don't need a trademark... these are business protections, and without revenue you have little to protect.

    Even if you did pay for a trademark, it does not appear you would be able to protect yourself in court (a potentially far more expensive process)... this means that your trademark would soon be invalid because if you do not actively protect your trademark, you lose it.

    The high cost of some of these processes can be seen as a deterrent to trademark squatting... not that much different than the people who buy up domain names hoping that someday they will be valuable.

    In terms of your specific company (r.e. your PM), because of the strong possibility that many other entities share the same name, I do not think that you would be allowed to take ownership or copyright over it.

    Agree, those who don't understand copyright or trademark should either read

    http://www.copyright.gov/ and http://www.uspto.gov/

    or hire a professional.


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  • MacBoyX
    Feb 21, 07:37 PM
    This happens from time to time with some of my e-mail accounts, too... It happens because the server is down, for whatever reason... I normally just hit 'escape' and let the account be offline for a while (you'll see a ~ symbol or a ! in a triangle next to the accounts inbox (and all folders on an IMAP account)). Then when you assume the server is back up you just hit the ~ and then 'check mail', and assuming you keep your password on the keychain you will not have to re-enter the password (if the server requests it, chances are it's still down, just try again a bit later). If the sign is the ! then you'll, get a 'go online' question...

    yes, this would normally be the problem. BUT as I stated. All of my accounts are on the same server. About ten accounts and ONLY two of them. And this does NOT happen on my G5 only on my PowerMac. Therefore I am sure it's NOT the server.



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  • MacRumorUser
    Mar 20, 12:34 PM
    Are you sure you played Lemmings on the Amiga? We'll forget Lemmings 3 though :cool: ... everyone else did!

    No game I've ever played could I call perfect. There have been some close calls such as

    Mario 64 & Super Mario World - Nintendo
    Indiana Jones & Fates of Atlantis - LucasArts

    but - there's always room for improvment.


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  • calb818
    Mar 19, 06:23 PM
    :DThe ram also has to be put in matched pairs going outward from the centre of the ram slots.

    :D:D That is the answer!!!!!!!!!!! From the centre out! Many thanks, system now up and running like a dream.:):)

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  • fr4c
    Dec 24, 06:14 PM
    Black Ops.



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  • Blue Velvet
    Dec 20, 08:54 AM
    First of all, since you've said that you're not a designer and that it's going to be silkscreened, have you talked to your screen printer about setting the artwork up properly? It should be a two colour job to keep costs down and should be done in either InDesign/Quark or Illustrator in spot colours. An RGB or CMYK large format bubblejet may prove more costly at that quantity at a lower quality.

    The first thing I look at is type and the biggest problem you have here is the tiny size of the web address. It's simply not legible or clear at that size. Apart from that I'm not sure where to start as there's a lot going on in there. My impulse would be to simplify it, the little touches like the leaves and the mains plug, add to a sense of disorganisation. Personally, I'd start with a solid green and leave off the white swash at the bottom unless that's a critical part of the branding. Then, I'd try to stick to just one typeface; you've got some Futura and some Impact or some other black condensed sans in there... I'd stick to one typeface, one symbol of electronic waste, one leaf. Keep it simple.

    There's an awkward empty space top right which makes it feel unbalanced. The arrow also looks like an afterthought, squeezed in into the lower right hand corner. My main feeling is that you've overworked it and it's become a bit of a clutter. If you make some changes, I'll be happy to provide more feedback.

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  • appleguy123
    Aug 15, 07:29 PM
    That's really expensive for a banner.


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  • antdfsc
    Jul 10, 08:51 PM
    thats about when I plan on getting there too, I didn't think a night out on Park Ave was a good idea...

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  • jlewis2k1
    Sep 8, 12:32 AM
    what is all of this nonsense? wasn't macworld san francisco over with since like February? why bother posting in a forum that is pretty much done with? I'm not trying to be mean but this event has been over with for several months now.


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  • adk
    Dec 3, 12:47 PM
    if your rating is low (I would say below 10) I would recommend that you just buy a bunch of cheap crap just for the feedback. I know they sell a lot of postcards and things for like a quarter. Other than that, I agree with ITASOR. The photo(s) makes or breaks the sale. Look at some other Imac g4 photos and see what looks good and what doesn't.

    And last but not least, don't gouge on shipping. that's just tacky.

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  • The Hamburger
    Mar 1, 09:02 PM
    Did you find a solution?

    I also have a PB 10.3.8 and experience exactly the same problem with MAIL.



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  • tsteakuk
    Mar 22, 03:38 PM
    As you maybe aware,iPad 2 has now been delayed till 5pm Friday and it's looking like mayhem will happen on touchwood Friday,you may need to think of packing some sandwiches lol

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  • damnyooneek
    Apr 18, 01:36 PM
    use a lightly damp paper towel. then wipe it with a dry paper towel. thats all you need.

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  • MacFan26
    Dec 29, 04:15 PM
    That's really too bad. Is there some reason I'm not aware of that they can't send 100%? I can't imagine why anyone would not donate directly after learning that.

    Apr 8, 08:18 PM
    When the Wii first came out, Nintendo shipped the bulk to the US, since it's the single most important market when it comes to gaming, but the Wii would sell out with in a few hours of it being stocked.

    There's been a huge demand for the Wii and Nintendo is currently filling the demand of other regions, so they haven't been able to ship as many to the US.

    Anyway, check stores like Target or Best Buy on a Sunday morning. They generally get the biggest shipment of Wiis.


    That's where I've always seen them (Target), as I do my grocery shopping at super target.. I'll keep an eye out. I was blown away when I saw them on ebay for $400+ and talks about waiting lists, etc..

    May 1, 10:43 PM
    Hi Craig

    I also have a 2007 MBP which had 2 upgrades from Tiger.

    When I upgraded to an SSD, I saw that my Library folder was around 12gb in size and was not getting the full benefits of SSD which had been advertised. 2gb were for email database but I had no idea of other 10gb...

    The best I found was to re-install and start afresh with new installs and just the apps I needed.

    I used an application which copied folder names into a text file. I formatted the computer and picked and chose the applications I wanted to reinstall.

    Used TimeMachine to copy My Documents folder back and done.

    Just keep in mind I used Firefox sync which copied my bookmarks, history etc. (although Add-Ons had to be reinstalled).

    Couldn't have been happier to just format it rather than messing around.

    I also find this is the best way. I had to format my MacBook Pro yesterday because it wasn't shutting down properly (afterwards, I found out it was just one program causing the problem :mad:). Although it probably wasn't entirely necessary, my computer is now running better than when I bought it new around 12 months ago.

    May 5, 07:17 AM
    need it to go with you...air

    will use just at home...imac

    that was easy!

    I think this is about the simplest answer, but very very true.

    Jan 24, 10:15 AM
    I have a linksys Wireless Access point on my network that I have had for a few months. I just purchased a Airport Express for printing and it was a pain to get working with the Linksys.

    I tried to get CompUSA to let me exchange the Linksys AP for the Airport, but they wouldn't. In my opinion I would have perfered to pay the extra $$ for the Airport then waste a day trying to get the Airport Express to work with the Linksys AP.

    If you do go Linksys I would get the WRT54G because you can get 3rd part firmware for it that is much better then what Linksys has.


    Oct 21, 06:48 AM
    You missed the real story -- in the release notes Apple explain that they're deprecating the Apple maintained version of Java:


    Apple have provided a mechanism for installing 3rd party JDKs (in particular OpenJDK), but it likely won't work with current versions of Java IDEs (Netbeans, Eclipse etc) until they're updated to work with the new paths.

    I wonder if this is anything to do with Oralce?
    More importantly, is Java going to die on OS X? If OpenJDK or Soylatte don't pick it up then is all lost?

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