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  • needlnerdz
    Mar 10, 05:14 AM
    what you described is very seemingly possible. look into PhoneGap (http://www.phonegap.com/) - you can develop apps in CSS/HTML/JAVASCRIPT that are compiled as normal apps. Nevertheless - it could probably also be done simply by making a normal website that utilizes the iOS Webkit - run the Mac with a local wifi network [not sure if there is a limit to how many people can be connected at once?] - then with MAMP running the server.. just have all of the ipads loading the server page.. using PHP/mySQL to keep track of who finds what. PhoneGap is the slick way to do it.. but might be overkill.

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  • bursty
    Sep 21, 12:35 AM
    I just picked up a Sony DSC-V3 for about $450. Helluva camera, normally $700 but I found it cheap online. I highly recommend it, many great features: 7.2MP, Full manual mode, awesome lens with the ability to add other lenses.

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  • ahunter3
    Dec 9, 05:16 PM
    who still uses OS9 and for what??:confused:

    � I will be booting into it this weekend to import records from a 17-file FileMaker 6 solution into intermediate files (which have both the old and the new table structure) and then into the final structure. The speed boost over OS X is somewhere between threefold and fourfold for the involved functions.

    � I boot into 9 to scan. I have two scanners, both decently good, neither with OS X drivers available. The Umax Astra slide scanner was noted as having very good color values for the price, and the price was low due in part to lack of OS X drivers. The old flatbed, a Umax 630, is a 3-pass SCSI scanner that will probably still be humming along nicely when MacOS 10.9 is becoming obsolete.

    � I have my older computer off to my left here as I type on this one. I Timbuktu into the older one to handle a chore that it does better (under MacOS 8.6, mind you, not even 9) than OS X does on the fastest machines in the shop: opening up folders on a mounted server folder that are chock-full of huge TIFF and Photoshop images, and copying selected files to a folder from a different mounted server volume also chock-full of huge TIFF and Photoshop images. OS X thinks its doing me a favor by trying to conjure up and display a thumbnail of each image based on actual file content. OS 9 doesn't do that (only displays the little classic-mac custom icons generated by Photoshop, if present), enabling an eleven-year-old PowerMac 7100 with a 300 MHz G3 accelerator and 10-base-T networking to do this task as well as dual-G5 Macs with gigabit ethernet...and blow my OS X PowerBook completely out of the water.

    Don't knock OS 9. It certainly had its shortcomings (especially with regards to memory, oy vey) but it also had a great deal of sophistication �€�? lots of little things that had started off great or evolved to greatness. It was the best all-around small computer operating system of the 20th Century. I'd still use it over XP, or the first few iterations of OS X.

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  • harpster
    Apr 6, 07:13 PM
    It's probably your email script...

    When you have a php form using POST variables like you do (method="post") and your not sure about the form part all you need to do is to put this test code in the page your submitting to in this case contactformprocess.php.


    <?php exit; ?>

    This will print out the POST array showing you all the values that were submitted. That way you know that the form submission is good if you get the expected results and you can then debug the submit to script.

    Usually I put in a exit or die statement after the closing </pre> tag to stop the script execution so I can easily see the POST array contents. The <pre> tags aren't needed but they format the array so it's easy to read.


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  • wnameth
    Dec 16, 07:03 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.
    at the store that i work at we still have them, they are 250CAD for them though

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  • jondob
    May 4, 10:26 PM
    It seems now it wont take the cd at all... When I restart I do hear the drive kinda setting back in place but the cd doesn't even go in it now...

    I burned a DVD today but now its not even taking the cd in...

    What should I do


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  • RedElectro
    Jan 16, 11:21 AM
    Sorry for jumping in, but...

    I'm also new to all this kind of thing and have no knowledge of home networking at all really!

    I currently have a MBP 15" i7 and a DP PowerMac G5 (that I'm still using as my desktop), my son will soon be getting a Mac Mini and I'm (slowly) saving money for a Mac Pro!

    My questions are... Could I still use the G5 as some kind of server for the rest of the macs in the house, what would I need to install and what benefits would I get from doing this?

    Sorry it's such a broad question, but I think it'd be a shame to stop using the G5 as I still feel it's a great machine.

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  • rorschach
    Mar 31, 02:30 PM
    GM would mean this is the final, shipping version. So no. I don't think we'll get the GM til June...maybe at the WWDC.


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  • ademuth93
    Mar 24, 05:14 PM
    So my school's robotics team was rummaging through a closet of stuff that was to be thrown out, and we found an Apple IIe.

    I have a couple questions:

    The operating system is in the ROM, right? No need for a floppy OS or something?

    Does the computer need a mouse? In my reading, it seems like it doesn't.

    It only had two cards inside: the 5.25 floppy card and what I think was the RAM. Does it need anything else to operate (i.e. a video card)?

    Lastly, are there any things I didn't think of that I should know??
    Any sweet games for it on eBay?


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    Mar 8, 11:26 PM


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  • mrblack927
    Mar 31, 03:22 PM
    I hear a lot of confusion about this. I don't know why TechCrunch said what they did, but by all accounts, there is no golden master right now. This is just a developer preview. After this there will (probably) be betas. And after that there will eventually be a golden master or two.

    Apple uses the term "golden master" uniquely, but it's basically what most software companies would call a "release candidate". The goal is to make only one RC. You release a RC build when you legitimately believe that the product is complete and this is the build you plan on releasing to the public. It's the last phase in testing. You let your testers try it out and see if there are any show-stopping flaws, if not, the "release candidate" becomes the "release".

    When the GM is ready, it will be released to developers and labeled as such, and the public release will follow very shortly after. I don't know why TechCrunch is claiming this is an "internal GM", maybe they know something I don't, but as it stands it seems they are just causing confusion.

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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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  • tjb1
    Feb 14, 12:36 PM
    My last thread was closed, I wasn't finished with my questions :(.

    Everyone says there have not been any viruses written for OS X.

    My friend has said,"Yes they do get viruses idiot!"

    And gave me these links and said "theres your proof"


    These two novel forms of malware come in the form of an: OSX/Tored-A - an updated version of the Mac OS Tored worm - and a Trojan called OSX/Jahlav-C.

    Malware, short for malicious software, (sometimes referred to as pestware[1]) is a software designed to secretly access a computer system without the owner's informed consent. The expression is a general term used by computer professionals to mean a variety of forms of hostile, intrusive, or annoying software or program code.[2]

    There you are.

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  • ChicoWeb
    Aug 26, 09:50 PM
    Have you checked your MIME types on your server? I had the same issue w/ a clients server. It would just display the text URL.


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  • jsw
    Sep 23, 12:24 PM
    Periods shouldn`t be inside of paranthese (unless it`s a compete sentence), so you might not want to do that...
    Ah... I thought he was talking about "sunrises".

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    Sep 24, 04:01 PM
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  • PipPip
    Jun 23, 10:32 AM
    About 07:30, assuming I get out of work on time?

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  • iMattcotv
    Mar 8, 11:45 PM

    I was trying to create a thread via my iPhone 4, but it wouldnt let me get past 1 character..

    Im amazed a thread as simple as this is so popular!

    PS: To continue with the trend;


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  • ErikAndre
    Jan 14, 01:28 PM
    I'm just glad we won't have to wait till late at night (like the usually make us do)...

    Dec 6, 11:29 AM
    I had the 400 iMac DV SE, and I just put in a 500MHz w/ a better grphx card (was on the 500mhz mobo) and it runs like a charm. Just get the mobo off eBay and there ya go! ;)

    so you brought the 500mzh motherboard and just stuck it in, and it worked fine cool

    Will Cheyney
    Dec 4, 12:58 PM
    If it's not a Dreamweaver template (which I'm 99% sure it is) then it is simply a Macromedia.com rip-off (in terms of design).
    Still, nicely done :)

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    Jun 29, 12:08 PM
    Originally posted by Bond007
    Another quick question, does anyone know if any USB camera (for net chat) will work with the Powermac? Or do i need something special for that as well>?:confused:

    Apr 24, 04:14 PM
    most TVs don't include an audio in port for the HDMI.

    you can use something like
    this (http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=101&cp_id=10114&cs_id=1011405&p_id=5369&seq=1&format=2) - a dvi and digital audio combiner, that outputs HDMI.
    and one of these (http://www.monoprice.com/products/subdepartment.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10229&cs_id=1022902) toslink to mini cable to connect audio from your computer to the box.
    and one of these (http://www.monoprice.com/products/product.asp?c_id=102&cp_id=10209&cs_id=1020901&p_id=2685&seq=1&format=2) dvi cables to connect your computer to the box.

    you'll also need an HDMI male to male, to plug the box into your TV.

    also look at your TV manual, or if you're using an external stereo that has digital inputs. the toslink to mini cable might come in handy.

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